Alloy Engineering Blog

Come see us at PowderMet 2017 in Las Vegas, NV June 14th-15th, Booth #305

Alloy Engineering will be at PowderMet 2017 in Las Vegas, NV from June 14th-15th. Come stop by our booth and say hello. Booth #305 in...

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Why Do Other Muffles Fail Before Alloy Engineering Muffles?

Posted on April 21, 2017

in Muffles, Company News, PowderMet

Pictured below are two muffles used in powder metal sintering furnaces. The bottom muffle failed because the roof collapsed, which is...

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Modified Catenary Muffle Cross-Section vs. Traditional “D” Shape Cross-Section

Posted on March 27, 2017

in Muffles, Company News

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Alloy Engineering at AISTech 2017 In Nashville,TN May 8th-10th, Booth #1208

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Say Goodbye to Vertically Corrugated Inner Covers -            Part Two

If you’re reading this, you’re probably tired of worrying that a belly band on your Inner Cover (IC) has broken, or is about to break,...

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Say Goodbye to Vertically Corrugated Inner Covers

Typewriters, floppy disks, dial up modems, answering machines, vertically corrugated inner covers…what in the world do these all have in...

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Process Recommendations To Help Prevent Extreme Muffle Corrosion- Part Two

Posted on August 29, 2016

in Muffles, Powder Metal Parts

Below are before and after photos of a sintering furnace muffle.  Alloy Engineering was contacted about this muffle, as discussed in...

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Process Recommendations To Help Prevent Extreme Muffle Corrosion

Posted on August 18, 2016

in Muffles, Powder Metal Parts

Recently, Alloy Engineering was called by a powder metal parts manufacturer to see if we could help extend their current muffle life. ...

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Four Pros to Alloy Engineering’s In-House Manufacturing of Vacuum Chambers

The centerpiece of a vacuum system is the vacuum chamber.  Alloy Engineering’s vacuum chambers will meet your most demanding quality and...

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What is the Key to Vacuum Chamber Fabrication?

One of the key questions we like to ask new, prospective customers is: “What are you looking for in a fabricator?” Alloy Engineering...

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