Finkl Steel is the world’s leading supplier of forging die steels, plastic mold steels, die casting tool steels and custom open-die forgings. Finkl Steel manufactures products at three production facilities in Chicago, Detroit and Sorel. They distribute domestically and to 18 countries worldwide. With more than 100 patents, their steel formulations and steelmaking technologies set worldwide standards. In recognition of Finkl Steel’s product quality, their integrated facilities were the first in America to receive ISO 9000 certification.
Since the production of Ulven Forging Incorporated’s first shackle for a logging company in 1971, they have been making superior forgings. And Specialty products are made to customer specifications from handheld to parts weighing over a ton. Whether the quantity is for a few or for thousands, Ulven Forging makes them the same way – Exactly as you need them.
ATI lessens the burden of government by coordinating and executing our nation’s most innovative research initiatives. ATI leads diverse industry and academic organizations to develop technology solutions through a collaborative approach. ATI’s current R&D portfolio includes shipbuilding and ship repair, advanced materials, medical technologies, electromagnetic spectrum technologies and rapid prototyping. ATI currently manages over 12 large, federally-funded consortia with a contract value of more than $16 billion. ATI is headquartered in Summerville, SC.
Queen City Forging is an innovative manufacturing partner with over a century of forging experience. Queen City Forging does impression die forging, closed die forging, upset forging, impact hammer forging and press forging, using materials such as alloys, steel, aluminum, stainless and copper.
Weld Mold Company, founded in 1945, is an international organization that specializes in manufacturing specialty high-alloy welding electrodes, cored wire and solid wire applications ranging from NiCrMo alloys to high-nickel and cobalt alloys to chrome carbide and chrome manganese alloys. We have led the industry by developing over 3,000 products and sizes for the 70 years that we have been in business, including “floodwelding,” which changed the face of welding as we know it today.