Fort Wayne Metals has expanded their SLT® Wire line, re-designed with lean principles and advanced technology to give customers a leading edge through efficiency gains
Medical Materials supplier Fort Wayne Metals has announced that the company is not directly affected by a recent explosion at a BASF chemical plant in Ludwigshafen, Germany
Fort Wayne Metals has announced a service designed to allow customers to significantly reduce the lead time for virtually any wire, strand, cable, or assembled component they might need.
We know that sometimes, there's just no substitute for speed. With the Velocity™ program, we will ship your wire in three business days or less. Find out more and place your order here.
Thanks to 4TiTUDE™ from Fort Wayne Metals, you no longer have to choose between the beneficial properties of commercially pure Titanium and the strength of alloyed Titanium such as TiZr or Ti 6Al-4V ELI.
Fort Wayne Metals announced the availability of Silk™ Nitinol during the SMST Conference on May 12, 2014. This material achieves a surface roughness of 3µin RMS or less with no visible oxide. This means that using Silk™ Nitinol can eliminate the need for mechanical or electropolishing.
February 7, 2013, FORT WAYNE, IN—Fort Wayne Metals is unveiling this week Endura™ bobbin, its innovative new bobbin product designed for braiding applications.
April 26, 2011 - While the explosion of an Evonik production facility in Marl, Germany has had a sicgnificant impact on the availability of cyclododecatriene (CDT), it will not disrupt Fort Wayne Metals' production in any way.
FORT WAYNE, IN—Every year, the editors of PLANSPONSOR magazine, the industry's leading resource for pension and benefit related news, recognize plan sponsors that demonstrate leadership in providing a more secure retirement for workers. This year, finalists include corporations like dairy producer Land O'Lakes, Lufthansa German Airlines, the global computer security provider Symantec Corporation – and Fort Wayne Metals.
FORT WAYNE, IN. – As implantable medical devices keep getting smaller, it is becoming more and more challenging to produce wire that combines decreasing diameters with the fatigue strength required for critical implant applications. This is why Fort Wayne Metals has developed the patent-pending NDR® process for which it has now gained trademark registration.