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Learn How Timken's Faircrest Steel Plant Breaks Through Constraints
Since the plant's 175-ton electric-arc furnace poured its first heat of steel of Aug. 5, 1985, it has evolved into what Timken says is 'the industry's most advanced alloy-steel manufacturing facility in the world.'
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