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October 27th, 2007
Nanotechnology: Small but mighty in manufacturing
Alan Koch came to Youngstown looking for som ething really small that would help his company in a big way.
The senior development engineer at Ajax Tocco Magnethermic in Warren is looking to create materials that insulate well but conduct heat equally as well.
It's hard to develop a material that does both, so he came to the Nano Manufacturers Forum at the DeYor Performing Arts Center. After listening to the early presentations in the program Friday, he was hopeful that he could gain some insights on how nanotechnology would help his research.
Ajax Tocco Magnethermic, which employs 350 in Warren and 1,000 overall, provides power supply systems and heating equipment to industry.
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