GOODS & SERVICES: New Ideas, Nov. 2, 1953


Metal Magic. At the National Metal Congress in Cleveland, the industry took the wraps off some of its newest metallurgical gadgets. Among them: a lightweight, 145-lb. industrial X-ray machine made by North American Philips Co. Inc., which can be carried in the trunk of a car, used for rapid spot checks on welds, pipelines, aircraft and ship equipment; a powerful new arc-torch made by the Eutectic Welding Alloys Corp. which can eat through concrete in seconds; a hydrogen analysis machine made by the National Research Corp. which for the first...

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