{New Post} EXPORTECH™ LOS ANGELES 2016

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{New Post} EXPORTECH™ LOS ANGELES 2016

EXPORTECH™ LOS ANGELES for Aerospace & Defense Manufacturers.

CMTC

The only national program that helps individual companies develop an export plan. Helping manufacturers achieve their export objectives and increase sales in global markets

Session 1: November 17, 2016 – Export Strategy & Best Practices – Exploring Strategic Options

Session 2: December 15, 2016 – Mechanics of Exporting – Removing Knowledge Gaps – Overcoming Obstacles

Session 3: January 26, 2017 – Export Growth Plan Presentations – Obtaining Expert Feedback – Individual Coaching – Plan Implementation and Go-to-Market

All sessions start at 7:30 a.m. and conclude at 5:00 p.m.

Continental breakfast: 7:30 – 8:00 a.m.

All sessions will be held at:

The Entrepreneur Center

13420 Van Nuys Blvd.

Pacoima, CA 91331

To register or for any questions please call Elizabeth Glynn at 310-984-0728 or eglynn@cmtc.com For additional information on exporting visit: www.cmtc.com/exporting

Department of Defense, Office of Economic Assistance is funding the majority of the program $5,000 value per company Your cost: ONLY $500 per company for all three sessions

NOTE: Must have been impacted by defense budget reductions. Check with CMTC for details.

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For Sale Double DME Holder

For Sale Double DME Holder –

For Sale Used DME MUD Base

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This is a double 12×15 zinc Master Unit Die Holder.

Hot Chamber Zinc Double DME style Master Unit Die Holder for sale. These unit die holders are sometimes known as a MUD Base. The MUD bases are useful to die casting companies and sometimes to their customers. A MUD base holds unit dies in a die casting machine. This is a 12×15, or 1215 Double Master Unit Die Holder. It holds two 1215 unit dies in a hot chamber zinc die casting machine to save production dollars by running two dies at on time.

Here is the image of the hot chamber die casting shot hole

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Here is a view that shows it holds two 12″ x 15″ x 4″ Unit Dies

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Used DME Style Hot Chamber Zinc MUD Frame Double Master Unit Die Base For Sale

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Hot Chamber Zinc 12 x 15 DME Double Master Unit Die Holder For Sale

If you are interested in buying this die casting tool holder, give me a call at 818-982-9200.

You can call Monday thru Thursday from 8:00AM to 4:30PM

Or send an email to sales@kineticdc.com

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Castings and Aluminum

Castings and Aluminum. Casting is a well-liked way of manufacturing unusual things out of metal. It is usually depicted as a method of producing in which liquid, usually liquidized elements, are cascade into a mold or caster, which has an unfilled cavity similar to a firm shape and then chilled down until it turns unyielding. The hardened metal is then broken out of the caster to finish the casting method. Casting is characteristically used for intricate forms that would be tricky with the use of other processes. Casting has been practiced by people ages ago. As a matter of fact, casting was first done 6000 years ago. The first ever casting product was a copper frog dating from 3200 BC.

Furthermore, Casting can be done by two kinds, the expendable casting and the non-expendable casting. Expendable casting methods lost-wax technique moldings such as sand, shell, plaster and others. It also uses Expendable mold casting is a common categorization that includes sand, plastic, shell, plaster, and investment (lost-wax technique) moldings. This process of mold casting includes the use of temporary, non-reusable molds. On the other hand, non-expendable casting utilizes molds and casters that are not temporary. It involves four processes, the permanent, die cast mold, continuous and centrifugal casting.

One element usually utilized in casting method is the aluminum. Die Casting Parts for aluminum are utilized in this method. Aluminum is normally used for casting process because it can be created into unique designs effortlessly. Also, aluminum has immense heat conductivity. It can also oppose corrosion, creating it almost unyielding. Plus, aluminum conserve it strength in spite of very elevated temperature.

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If you are looking for information about Die Casting Alloys, look at this website. Die Castings Blog gives information on how to get a Aluminum Die Castings and Zinc Die Castings. If you are looking for Die Casting Part Prices look at this website.

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Sales@Cast-Parts.com.

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{New Post} Aluminum (aka Aluminium) Fun Facts

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{New Post} Aluminum (aka Aluminium) Fun Facts

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Aluminum (Al) is the most abundant mineral on Earth after oxygen and silicon and is the most abundant metal found naturally on Earth. It is present in 270 minerals. Aluminum is a silver, soft metal with an atomic number of thirteen and thirteen protons in the nucleus. It constitutes about eight percent of the Earth’s land mass.

Aluminum (aka Aluminium) fun facts:

  1. Caution – Iodine and Aluminum powder plus a few drops of water create: Clouds of toxic purple iodine vapor and a flame.
  2. Recycling aluminum takes only 5 percent of the energy needed to extract new aluminum from ore.
  3. Aluminum is globally the most used metal that does not contain iron.
  4. Aluminum is almost always used as an alloy, even if the aluminum content is as high as 99%.
  5. The most commonly used elements to combine with aluminum to create an alloy are zinc, copper, silicon, magnesium, and manganese.
  6. This element is the second-most abundant metallic element in Earth’s crust after silicon.
  7. Aluminum is lightweight (a third the weight of steel or copper).
  8. That Coke can: According to the Aluminum Association, an aluminum can takes 60 days to return as a new can after recycling.
  9. Aluminum and its alloys are significantly used in the aerospace industry auto manufacturing and transportation, construction, packaging etc.
  10. Aluminum is also used as a compound to manufacturing paints, antacids, deodorants and are also used as a catalyst in explosives (such as ammonium nitrate) to boost explosive capabilities.
  11. Aluminum is a very reflective metal, which is very useful in home decor items such as aluminum blinds, aluminum fence, aluminum doors, aluminum windows etc.
  12. Keep vinegar and bleach away from your aluminum products.
  13. Aluminum parts when damp creates a white oxide that protects the aluminum surface but keeps paint from sticking.
  14. Aluminum is incredibly flexible enough that it can be easily formed into the tiniest of items such as paper clips, dial gauges etc.

I hope you enjoyed these fun facts about aluminum. More than 90% of our die casting production is in aluminum alloy parts.

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Hiring Event at Pierce College

Hiring Event at Pierce College –

Pierce College 6201 Winnetka Avenue, Woodland Hills, California 91371 Phone: 818-710-4100. Today, November 2, from 3 pm to 5 pm Pierce College Industrial Technology Department is having their 2nd Annual Hiring Event. Come meet students that are seeking Full Time / Part Time / Internships / Temporary assignments will be available for interviewing and resume reviews.

Welcome to the Industrial Technology Department!

– http://www.piercecollege.edu/departments/industrial_technology/index.asp

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The department offers courses and programs in the areas of Automotive Service Technology, Electronics, Engineering Design & Technology, Machining, CNC, and Welding.

Machine Shop/CNC Course Information:

– Industrial Technology 130 – Beginning machine shop. Come explore the world of machine tools, the history of machining and get hands on machining your very own parts. This class is designed for the beginner, no experience necessary. This is a foundational building block for any person who wants to be a engineer.

– Industrial Technology 230 – Intermediate machine shop. We take your experience from IT230 and give you more. More turning, more milling and a more complex part to machine. This class is designed to push your comfort zone from basic machining to the next level.

– Industrial Technology 330 & 332 – Advanced machine shop. Many students create their own projects in the advanced classes. Many machine parts for a project they are working on at home. The advanced student usually will be asked to be on the WESTEC or AERO DEF teams to machine a part for a college competition. Many students do both, create their own parts and the help with the competition

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