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NASA plans on using the materials already in space to create structures.

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Patrick J. McGeehan, president, Metal Powder Industries Federation presents an outlook of the current powder metal industry in the US.

Industry analyst firm SmarTech Markets Publishing has announced five important predictions for metal additive manufacturing in 2016.

Elaine Saulnier visits 3D printing specialist Sendinaden to find out more about the future of this new technology.

The EPMA's Andrew Almond reviews the recent powder metallurgy show.

The organisers of Composites Europe report from the 2015 show which took place in September in Stuttgart, Germany.

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Neil Burns, director at Croft Additive Manufacturing, takes a look at what apprenticeships can bring to the AM industry.

The market for metal powders for additive manufacturing (AM) applications will take off over the next five years.

The US Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency explains how better understanding of process parameters in additive manufacturing (AM) is vital.

A new report suggests that the global market for powder metallurgy parts is projected to reach US$15.7 billion by 2020.

Maggie Cheng reports on the recent global powder metallurgy (PM) show which took place in Shanghai.

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