April 1998
Aviation Week & Space Technology;4/20/1998, Vol. 148 Issue 16, p72
Trade Publication
Focuses on Howmet Corp.'s Spraycast-X process for creating large, near-net shaped aircraft components from superalloys. Capacity; Component size capabilities; Cost reductions; Possibility that the technology will be used in the development of turbine engines; Why `Aviation Week & Space Technology' awarded the process a Technology Innovation Award in 1998.


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