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Characteristics of Inconel 625 and Common Steel Alloys Under High Heat

Marlin Steel on December 5, 2016
One of the key advantages of using metal over plastic (aside from tensile strength, durability, and useful life) for custom wire ...

Do Metals Lose Tensile Strength as Corrosion Resistance Improves?

Marlin Steel on December 1, 2016
One of the most common questions that Marlin’s engineers receive from clients goes a bit like this: “Will my wire baskets lose tensile strength if I get better corrosion ...

How Thermal Expansion of Metals Impacts Material Handling Baskets

Marlin Steel on November 30, 2016
When most people think of metal, they think of a rigid, inflexible material that doesn’t change without great force being applied. What many people forget is that ...

Middle School STEM Students Tour Marlin Steel

Marlin Steel on November 21, 2016
The Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM) program is an educational program for middle schoolers that emphasizes the importance of teamwork, inquiry-based learning, and career awareness. A ...

What’s the Difference Between MIG and TIG Welding?

Marlin Steel on November 18, 2016
Here’s a question that a lot of Marlin clients ask: What’s the difference between MIG and TIG welding? A little confusion is perfectly normal. After all, both processes use electrical ...

Marlin Steel Featured On Innovation Navigation On Sirius XM

Marlin Steel on November 11, 2016
Earlier this week on Tuesday, November 8, Marlin Steel CEO Drew Greenblatt was featured in Wharton University’s Innovation Navigation podcast on Sirius XM Satellite Radio. ...

Making a Custom Wire Basket That Works for Both Washing and Heat Treat

Marlin Steel on November 9, 2016
For some manufacturing applications, ensuring that parts handling is kept to ...

VOA Feature: Why Politicians Need to Help American Manufacturers

Marlin Steel on November 4, 2016
On Tuesday, November 8, millions of Americans will cast their vote for who they want to see guide this country for the next four years. No matter who wins, that candidate will have their work cut out for them. ...