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The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 37, No. 8 (May 1933)

[Cover],   pp. [49]-II


Page II


DOWMETAL-
               now serving many
INDUSTRIES
MANY mechanisms, formerly awk-
ward and ineffcient, have been made
flexible and easy to handle by replac-
ing heavy metal parts with the world's
lightest structural metal, Dowmetal.
High speed rotors and reciprocating
parts now move faster and with
less vibration, thus increasing life of
machinery.
Diversified equipment in many indus-
tries has been relieved of burdensome
weight by redesigning in Dowmetal.
Portability, flexibility and speed have
reached new heights in products made
of Dowmetal. Dead weight is cut down
in favor of pay load when Dowmetal
becomes part of a transportation unit.
Light weight combines with strength
to make Dowmetal valuable in rede-
signing to meet modern conditions.
Dowmetal, easiest of all metals to ma-
chine, can be sand or die cast, rolled,
extruded, forged, welded and fabri-
cated by processes common in industry.
It is strong, durable, light, and above
all, adaptable to a myriad of uses.
  Discuss your production problems
  with us. Write for the Dowmetal
          Data Book.
MAGNESIUM
1n ALLOYS
* DOWMETAL DIVISION * THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY * MIDLAND * MICHIGAN a
The Wisconsin Engineer
Vibrating
Sifter
!netal
ilJig
Tail Wheel
Casting
Drill Jig
Dowmetal
Tail Wheel
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