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Renishaw reduces machining time for aerospace impeller manufacturer

Honeywell Aerospace, part of global commercial and consumer engineering conglomerate Honeywell, produces a large number of the impellers and blisks used in commercial aeroplanes.

11th Aluminium Two Thousand World Congress

The Aluminium Two Thousand World Congress at its 11th Edition will be held in Treviso, Italy, in April 2019, following the great successful participation of the past edition in Verona 2017 and the previous ones.

How an educational charity is supporting the aluminium industry

The Outward Bound Trust is an educational charity with a mission to unlock the potential in young people through learning and adventure in the wild.

Since 1941 over 1.2 million young people have benefi ted from an Outward Bound experience.

New dimensions due to precision in aluminium

In 1970, the German businessman Helmut Geller contributed to taking aluminium processing to new dimensions with an idea that was as simple as it was technologically ambitious: aluminium cast slabs, a base material for demanding and efficient applications.

High-speed profile measurement in the hot rolling mill

By Christopher Burnett*

Le déluge:  Aluminium in the age of global conflict

In this second instalment looking at the development of the global aluminium industry, Dr Andrew Perchard* explores the effects of the global conflict on the industry between the outbreak of WWI, in 1914, and the height of the Cold War in 1962.