(Parsippany, New Jersey) – All Metals & Forge LLC, a metals service center and forge facility, has revised its web site, www.steelforge.com, adding hundreds of new pages covering metal alloys, metal forgings, custom hand-rolled bar, custom melted metal, value-added services, metal industry reference information, a periodic table, forward looking white papers, an international metal specifications cross-reference database, and the top industry-related daily news articles. Also featured is Metals Outlook, a newsletter by Tom Stundza of Purchasing Magazine, that provides subscribers with critical information about the metals industry. With over 1,200 pages, the site is an expansive resource for purchasers of alloy steel, aluminum, carbon steel, copper, magnesium, nickel, refractory metals, stainless steel, super alloys, titanium, tool steels, and zirconium used in the metalworking industries.
"This launch is the culmination of 9 months of work to combine islands of information gathered over 40 years into one comprehensive resource for metal purchasing, material specifications, industry news and future-looking white papers for the aerospace, aircraft, automotive, defense, energy, manufacturing, metalworking, nuclear, petroleum, power generation, shipbuilding, and tooling industries," said Lewis Weiss, president of All Metals & Forge. "We will continue to add to the breadth and depth of information for our customers and the engineers, purchasing agents, metal buyers, specifiers, and craftsmen in the metalworking industries around the globe."
All Metals & Forge is an ISO 9001, AS 9100 and EN 9100 registered and certified company that provides metal service center products in all mill forms, including flat, round, hex, hollow and square bar, extrusions, fittings, flanges, foil, sheet, strip, plate, pipe, wire and tubing, as well as forged discs, hubs, blocks, shafts (including step shafts or flanges), sleeves, cylinders, flats, hexes, rounds, plate, and some custom shapes. The company can also produce flat, round, square and hex bar in custom sizes up to 3-inch or 76.2 mm cross section; and melt from 250 to 25,000 pounds of obsolete, hard-to-find or custom chemistry metal for applications ranging from specifications on old blueprints to new research and development materials.
"Our intent is to combine the best aspects of a metal service center, a forge facility, and producer of custom materials with resource information that we customarily use, and share our knowledge base with everyone in the industry to save them time and cost in the process of getting and working metal for their particular needs, from specifying it and pulling it from the shelf to cutting, heat treating, testing and expediting delivery,” said Weiss. “Sharing information is critical during a time when metal pricing is changing from one day to the next, particularly in nickel and titanium at the moment."
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