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MX3D with Takenaka 3D prints Structural Steel Connector
13 December 2019

Amsterdam-based metal 3D printing company, MX3D has revealed a collaboration with Japanese architecture and engineering firm Takenaka. Together, the companies designed a Structural Steel Connector, which MX3D then 3D printed using its large scale robotic printing technology, Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing.... Read more...

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Hague Fasteners endorse by Pressure Equipment Directive

14 November 2019

Hague Fasteners presented their registration certificate following the Audit and Approval of their allied ISO9001:2015 QMS and in accordance with the additional requirements and material controls endorsed by the Pressure Equipment Directive 2014/68/EU Annex I, Section 3.1 and 4.3. for the supply of critical PED Fasteners.

Hague Fasteners manufacture extensively for many critical industries, such as Pressure Vessels, Subsea Bolting, Offshore Oil & Gas, Chemical, Construction and Nuclear to name but a few, and the reassurance with regard to their material controls ensures full compliance with the stipulations of the current Pressure Equipment Directive. Only the very best Quality Sourced and fully traceable Mill materials are utilized in PED released bolting projects, eliminating all risks that much of the Bolting and Engineering Sectors are plagued with due to cheap and inferior bolting grades flooding the marketplace from overseas.

Hague’s PED Approved Scope of Manufacture includes sizes from M3 (1/8″Dia) up to M300 (12″Dia) and in a complete and wide range of materials including Carbon Alloy Steels, Chrome Moly (CrMo) Steels, Stainless Steels, Duplex & Super Duplex Grades along with Nickel Alloys (Highly Corrosion Resistant Superalloys) and Titanium Alloys.

Hague’s PED Approved Scope allows for the manufacture of Special Fasteners and other Bolts, Nuts and fixings to Global International specifications and Harmonized Standards such as AISI, ASTM, ASME, AMS, BS, EN, ISO, SAE, and Norsok.

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