Fort Wayne Metals and NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland are advancing shape memory alloy material technology for innovative rover tires that could be used to support the agency’s Artemis exploration efforts on the moon.
Fort Wayne Metals, a leading manufacturer of precision wire-based materials and components, acquired certain equipment and assets to support tantalum production from Plansee SE, a leading materials manufacturer located in Austria.
Fort Wayne Metals has been awarded a second patent for their Endura® bi-tapered bobbin. The specially designed bi-tapered flange feature helps to prevent snags and breaks, and helps wire pay-off the spool more easily, an improvement to typical processing that provides returns with less machine downtime, higher product yields, and overall cost savings for customers.
Fort Wayne Metals is actively working on ways to reduce the impact of recent tariffs on stainless steel have on their EU customers.
Fort Wayne Metals has not been impacted by the recent fire at Dynamet, a titanium supplier located in Washington, Pennsylvania.
Fort Wayne Metals has not been impacted by the recent plant explosion at TIMET in Henderson, Nevada.
Fort Wayne Metals has acquired G&S Titanium, a company specializing in titanium and specialty alloy wire and bar drawing.
Fort Wayne Metals has not been impacted by the recent scandal surrounding Mitsubishi Materials.
Fort Wayne Metals announced plans today to expand its Allen County operations, creating up to 337 new jobs by 2021.
Fort Wayne Metals has not been impacted by the cheating crisis surrounding Kobe Steel Ltd.