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SENIOR STAFF ENGINEER—Physical Metallurgy
Research and Technology Department
Haynes International, Inc.
The purpose of this position is to provide expertise in the area of physical metallurgy of high-temperature
and corrosion-resistant alloys to enable Haynes to develop, manufacture, characterize, and promote
new alloy products for traditional and emerging applications. This role also provides technical service
and support to the mill, Sales, Marketing, and customers in various industries.
(R=Required) / Ph. D. (P=Preferred).
10 yrs relevant experience with M.S. or 5 yrs with
Ph. D. in primary metals industry (or related end-user) R&D.
Areas of Knowledge:
metallurgy and analytical techniques (R). Melting/solidification of superalloys, thermodynamics and
computational techniques. (P)
Interpersonal communications; technical writing; word processing
and spreadsheet (R).
Those interested can view this positing atwww.haynesintl.com
under Employment Opportunities,
which will allow you to submit a resume for consideration.
Commercial heat-treating company located in the greater LA area is looking for
an engineer with at least 5 years of experience in heat-treating.
• Take over as lead metallurgist for the company.
• Interact with customers resolving technical metallurgical issues.
• Lead quality systems activities across the plant.
• Provide technical direction.
• Serve as technical resource to the customer.
• Hands on shop experience is mandatory.
• Experience with multiple thermal processing requirements.
• Experience working with ferrous and non-ferrous materials.
• Strong leadership skills with the ability to mentor, coach, and develop employees.
• 5 years of metallurgical and/or quality experience within a manufacturing/heat-treating environment.
• B.S. degree in metallurgical engineering OR related engineering degree.
Aremac Heat Treating, LLC has been servicing the aerospace and commercial manufacturing indus-
tries in the west United States since 1968. Our company provides a wide range of thermal processing
Company offers medical, dental, vision, 401K, and paid vacation, sick, and holidays. Salary is based on
experience and education.
Please submit a resume or inquiries firstname.lastname@example.org
Aremac Heat Treating, LLC
330 9th Avenue • City of Industry, CA 91746
10/7/2015 2:01:42 PM
Rigaku Analytical Devices, Wilming-
laser-induced breakdown spectrosco-
py (LIBS) analyzer.
It enables durable
and accurate alloy identification for use
in scrap metal sorting, quality assurance
in metal fabrication, and positive mate-
rial identification in petrochemical op-
erations. The device was engineered to
address analysis and usability gaps that
similar handheld metal analyzers do not
meet. Katana provides an alternative for
more accurate identification of a larger
number of alloys in a ruggedized form.
The device has an IP54 rating, protecting
against dusty and harsh work environ-
ments encountered in scrap recycling
Buehler, Lake Bluff, Ill., announces
the Wilson VH3300 system, which com-
plements the Wilson VH3100 system
and expands the company’s range of
automatic Vickers/Knoop hardness
The new system excels in ac-
curately measuring both very high and/
or very low test loads. The VH3300 fea-
tures an extensive variety of scales and
magnifications and is suitable for ad-
vanced heat treatment processes found
in the aerospace, energy, construction,
and transportation industries. The sys-
tem is equipped with patent-pending
collision protection technology, a high-
speed sample stage, and DiaMet univer-
sal testing software.buehler.com
TMC, Peabody, Mass., a division of
Ametek Inc., introduces Everstill K-400,
benchtop active vibra-
tion cancellation system.
The unit is
well suited for small, lightweight, ultra-
precision instruments, including optical
microscopes, scanning probe micro-
scopes, and metrology instruments, and
helps those tools achieve superior res-
olution. The system starts to isolate at
cellation, especially in the critical 1-10 Hz
range. Everstill achieves this performance
through an active “hard-mount” with