Daniel H. Herring

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eat-treating is a process that is critical to the fabrication of steel fasteners. It is a necessary process in order to achieve the mechanical properties. Heat-treating is typically conduc t ed a f t e r t he fo rming processes and before any coating or finishing processes. Heat-treating may be done by the manufacturer or outsourced to a commercial shop.(More)
hen the topic of metalworking is raised, most of us think of drilling a hole in a piece of metal or bending a metal part to form a component for an automobile. Not as many individuals realize that another process included under the realm of metalworking is heat treating or quenching. Heat treatment is utilized to adjust the physical and mechanical(More)
Many components use oil quenching to achieve consistent and repeatable mechanical and metallurgical properties and predictable distortion patterns. The reason oil quenching is so popular is due to its excellent performance results and stability over a broad range of operating conditions. Oil quenching facilitates hardening of steel by controlling heat(More)
This Article traces the history of the OIG's use of safe harbors to allow certain activities that arguably violate a literal reading of the Anti-Kickback Statute. The author focuses particular attention upon the development of the ASC Safe Harbor from its genesis through its final issuance on November 19, 1999. The analysis finds legal inconsistency in the(More)
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