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March 5, 2004

Unusual Shaped Forging Breaks Ground-Literally

Industry Updates, Manufacturing Life
Scot Forge worked with Deca Industries to create a highly unusual three-spoke forging. The forging replaced a casting used in the mining industry.
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January 15, 2004

Forgings support retractable roof-moving system for Seattle Mariners' new ballpark

Company News, Customer Stories
Forgings support Seattle Mariners' new ballpark roof. Forged gear pinions, bull gear rings, wheels axle pins, and connecting pins provide the strength needed to support the outdoor park's 11,000-ton retractable roof.
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November 21, 2003

CTI Improves Cyclotron Ring Production with Forging Process

Customer Stories, Industry Updates
CTI Molecular Imaging (Knoxville, TN), in a joint effort with Scot Forge recently converting a cast component to a forging in the production of steel rings and hubs for its Eclipse Cyclotrons.
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August 18, 2003

Forgings Help Preserve Maritime History

Company News
An 8-ton forged master cylinder, with a forged piston and end caps, helped relocate the historic Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. The cylinder was used in the largest U.S.-built jack to save the 208-foot beacon — the world's tallest brick lighthouse — from an eroding shore.
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May 16, 2003

Raising the Roof in a Fault Zone

Industry Updates
Massive, forged shock-absorbing dampers lend earthquake protection to Latin America's tallest tower. Scot Forge produced the parts to make it happen.
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April 4, 2003

Steel Bars Combine Forging and Rolling

Company News, Industry Updates
Scot Forge’s Tartan Bars feature a fully consolidated forged center, and a surface that is finished by multiple-pass rolling.Combining forging and rolling cuts press time in half; produces short runs in short order.