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By Nick Knotts: Industrial Engineer for Temperform/Lawton Standard As foundries, we always try and produce the best product possible for our customers.  However, as anyone familiar with foundries knows, there is an inherent amount of variation in foundry processes that sometimes leads to less than desirable outcomes.  Most of the time, we can catch these...
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We’re happy to have Gloria Webber leading the way at Temperform. Gloria has a long history in the steel industry, starting right after she graduated from Michigan State University in 1982.  She studied business management and marketing, with a minor in accounting. Now, Gloria has racked up 26 years in the foundry industry. Gloria’s early...
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Temperform was featured in the February 2024 issue of Manufacturing in Focus. “For over 50 years, Detroit-based Temperform has provided customers with high-quality heat, abrasion, and corrosion-resistant castings and machined components. Manufacturing no-bake sand mold steel and stainless steel castings weighing from just two pounds all the way to 5,500 pounds, award-winning Temperform is renowned...
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By: Nick Knotts, Industrial Engineer, The Lawton Standard Company Damascus Steel Castings Co. merged into Temperform, LLC. as a product line in 2020.  Prior to merging with Temperform, Damascus Steel had been servicing customers since 1906 in a variety of industries, though predominantly serving coal, scrap metal, construction, and seamless tubes. Damascus products are made from...
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By: Nick Knotts, Industrial Engineer, The Lawton Standard Company Why stainless steel? When it comes to castings for heat resistant applications, stainless steel is one of the most commonly selected materials. Heat resistant steels are made up of a variety of different microstructures, ranging from ferritic to austenitic and everything in between. Heat resistant steels...
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