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Metal Working Resources

Here is a hodge-podge collection of helpful metal working links, organized by resources, related associations, and companies that in some way contribute to the well being of the industry.  We hope you find the resources useful; we certainly do! If you know of something valuable we are missing, just let us know. Also, if you […]

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Steel News November 2011

We like to stay up to date with steel industry news, and share the top steel news articles that catch our eye.  This November we looked at stories and updates in the steel industry from a variety of the top industry and news outlets on the web. Demand for Iron Ore Falls – Bloomberg Dark Clouds […]

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University Steel Bridge Clubs

We appreciate the contributions that civil engineers make to the steel industry.  There would be little demand for our products such as steel bars and cold drawn steel wire without advances in civil engineering.  That is why we look to the young and bright student engineers for inspiration.  We noticed that many university engineering students […]

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Hot Rolled, Cold Rolled and Cold Drawn Steel – a Quick Guide

In the production of steel products, steel is molded and reshaped with different machinery at different temperatures.  One of the steel manufacturing processes is steel rolling, which involves metal stock passing through a pair of rolls.  Rolling produces flat steel sheets of a specific thickness, and the process is classified according to the temperature at […]

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The Effects of Natural Disasters on Today’s Steel Industry

Natural disasters have horrific and devastating effects. They can tear apart homes, our places of employment, schools; all while ripping holes in families, communities and our most cherished memories. No matter when or where a natural disaster has occurred, the destruction can be felt as if it happened yesterday. With the various natural disasters that […]

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Steel News April 2011

As we are prone to do, we like to share some of the top steel news articles currently making headlines.  This month we take a look at a variety of subjects as covered by some of the top industry and general news outlets on the web. March Steel Product Imports – Bloomberg Q & A w/ […]

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Six reasons civilization would collapse without steel: Part 3

We’ve thus far concluded that steel is necessary in infrastructure, transportation, economics and efforts in sustainability.  It also plays a significant role in keeping the world healthy and disease-free, as well as attracting tourists to the most entertaining destinations on earth.  Here are reasons five and six to further explain steel as an irreplaceable ingredient […]

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Six reasons civilization would collapse without steel: Part 2

Aside from the fact that buildings and bridges would crumble in an instant, the absence of steel in society would have a tremendous effect on worldwide sustainability and economics.  Check out reasons three and four in our blog series for even more steel-centrality evidence. 3.      The world economy would suffer Economy Crude steel production reached […]

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Six reasons civilization would collapse without steel

What would it take for civilization on Earth to collapse in an instant?  A nuclear explosion?  A raging and incurable worldwide epidemic?  A surprise black hole capable of swallowing the sun?  Possibly.  Yet, what if something seemingly less catastrophic forced civilization to an end?  What if steel became nonexistent?  The effects wouldn’t seem to be […]

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2011 Projected Steel Demand

In October Worldsteel published a forecast of short term steel use.  The folks at Nerds of Steel blogged about this shortly thereafter and shared the data on their blog.  We found this information very interesting and wanted to graphically take a look at the shift in steel demand, so we dropped it into Excel to add […]

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