We want to say thank you to all our readers, and to all those workers who are analyzing metals and measuring metals to help ensure we get the best flatware, pots, pans, serving dishes, and other metal items we use during the holidays.
Here are a few previously published blog articles that you can think about as you sit down to your Thanksgiving meal — or any meal in any country.
- The Aluminum Pie Plate – a Modern Staple at Thanksgiving. Read about how aluminum pie plates are made, how the thickness and the coatings are crucial to both pie baking success and to protecting profits. Discover how portable x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzers are used to verify their metal and alloy content for quality control and assurance throughout the manufacturing process — whether it’s for for aesthetic or functional purposes.
- Will Metal Be Your Thanksgiving Guest? Here are a few ways that metals might show up at your Thanksgiving dinner — in cutlery, carving knives, serving platters, pots and pans, and even aluminum foil to wrap the leftovers.
- Cutting Technology for Knife Blade Metals. Learn about blade crafting and the importance of using the right metal for stiffness and strength.
Happy Thanksgiving to all our US readers!