Thursday, October 17, 2019

Q&A with Joe Stambaugh

Pease tell us a little about your background and company. My education was in electromechanical technologies. I have spent my 40-year career working in the...

Q&A with Bill St. Thomas

Please tell us a little about your background. I started in the heat treating industry back in the late 1960s working for one of my...

Q&A with Andrew Bassett

How did ATP get started? During the early 1990s, the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (Nadcap) began embracing all special processes, and we...

Q&A with George Barbour

Please tell us a little about Heavy Carbon Co. The company began in 1995 as an idea for carburizing steel at a cleaner, faster rate...

Q&A with Bill Stuehr

Please tell us how Induction Tooling began. In 1975, I was working as a process design engineer with a local commercial heat treating company. Several...

Q&A with Dennis Beauchesne

When was vacuum carburizing introduced? The process has been around since the 1960s. Vacuum carburizing enables more precise control of case depth and microstructure than...

Q&A with Brian Russell

Q: Tell me a little about the history of Dry Coolers, Inc. We started in 1985 to provide cooling water solutions for heat treating equipment—for...

Q&A with Bob Wells

What are some factors one should consider in cryogenic processing of gears? First off, what is the size I need? Secondly, how do I want...

Q&A with Jim Litzinger

Your company, Orton, offers TempTabs, some pretty ingenious technology for monitoring temperature throughout a furnace. How did the idea come about? Our founder, Edward Orton...

Q&A with Tom Ott

Most people don’t associate hardness testing with heat treatment, but it’s very relevant. You say there are a number of products that are really...

Q&A with Keith Boeckenhauer

What is your background? I have an engineering degree from the University of Missouri and I’ve been with Seco/Warwick since 1984, working in sales, engineering,...
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