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As a response to the new standard for flow analysis of metal powder mixes, published by the ISO Committee on the 1st of May 2013, Höganäs has decided to change its method of analysing the flow rate on customer mixes...Click for more
Metalysis Ltd, Rotherham, UK, has announced that low-cost titanium powders developed by the company have been used to 3D print automotive parts for the first time.
The use of titanium powders in 3D printing has been prohibitively expensive until now because titanium powders currently sell for $200 - $400 per kilogram, states Metalysis. Metalysis has developed a new way of producing low-cost titanium powder, which it believes will heralds a new era in Additive Manufacturing and see greater use of titanium in components across the automotive, aerospace and defence industries.....Click for more
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Fachmetall GmbH, a metallurgical laboratory specialising in investigations of Powder Metallurgy materials, based in Radevormwald, Germany, presents... Full story
The Advanced Materials and Processing Laboratory (AMPLab) based in the interdisciplinary research centre (IRC) within the School of Metallurgy and ... Full story
GGP Metalpowder AG, Fürth, Germany, has expanded its traditional product range of electrolytic copper powder to include ultrafine and ultralight d... Full story
Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd. has announced that it will increase production capacity at its manufacturing subsidiary in Indonesia in order to meet in... Full story
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FEATURE ARTICLE: Japan’s award winning Powder Metallurgy parts reflect an evolving automotive industry
The winners of the Japan Powder Metallurgy Association (JPMA) 2013 Powder Metallurgy Awards once again demonstrate the continuing evolution of Japan’s PM industry. The awards honour companies for the development of new materials, manufacturing processes and component design and evident in this year’s awards are the increasing number of applications for PM in hybrid and electric vehicles...Click for more
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In the third of our reports from the Euro PM2013 conference, Gothenburg, September 15-18 2013, Dr Georg Schlieper reviews a number of papers focuse... Full story
The PowderMet2013 International Conference on Powder Metallurgy and Particulate Materials was held in Chicago, USA, from June 24-27. Organised by t... Full story
A joint study by EADS Innovation Works (IW), the aerospace and defence group's research and technology organisation based in Bristol, UK, and the E... Full story
In the Special Interest Program on “Technologies for PM Growth” at PowderMet 2013, held in Chicago, June 24-27, 2013, a presentation by... Full story
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- Japan’s award winning PM parts reflect an evolving automotive industry
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