Update - New Resources for Engineers - Industrial Metallurgists

Update - New Resources for Engineers

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We've been busy the last few months, adding lots of new resources to help design and manufacturing engineers leverage metals engineering to design better, lower-cost components and solve component quality and reliability problems faster.

New content to help you learn metallurgy

First, Michael Pfeifer started contributing articles to the Accendo Reliability website. The article series is called Metals Engineering and Product Reliability. Here's a link to the article series https://accendoreliability.com/on-product-reliability/metals-engineering-and-product-reliability/.

Second, we've been interviewing experts from companies that fabricate components and supply materials. Listen to them to hear how to develop successful component designs, work with suppliers, and avoid these unpleasant surprises, such as high component costs too high, no-quotes from desired fabricators, and components that are difficult to make. The interviews are recorded and available on our website www.imetllc.com/interviews/ and the Anchor podcast network.

Finally, we have a new page with free articles about metallurgy, metals engineering, and how both are leveraged to design components and solve quality and reliability problems. The articles are at www.imetllc.com/articles/.

In other news, check out our new video Lead to Gold. Metal failure analysis is overlooked at many design and manufacturing companies leading to higher costs, product delays, and lost productivity. This video explains about metal failure analysis and how it is used to solve metal component reliability problems and quality problems.

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