The Test Coupons and Work Pieces on this page all utilize some or all of the principals that make up the MetalMAX approach.
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Original High Speed Hexagon Test Coupon Proposed By Cincinnati Machine to University of Florida MTRC in 1996.
Snap together part produced by Boeing AMRD in St. Louis, no finish passes needed, 0.040" thick walls.
Boeing AMRD logo made by NIST
Work pieces produced by Boeing's AMRD in St. Louis. Wall and floor thickness range from 0.010" to 0.060". MLI has worked with AMRD in St. Louis since 1991.
Professor Scott Smith from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte instructing a group on the use of the Harmonizer chatter detection and correction package.