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Additive manufacturing news, April 2015

A new type of graphene aerogel will make for better energy storage, sensors, nanoelectronics, catalysis and separations.

Metalysis produces commercial-scale tantalum powder

Metalysis says that has completed a series of successful commercial production runs of tantalum powder.

LPW Technology has expanded its presence in Asia-Pacific by creating a new partnership with Chinese 3D printing trading company Shanghai Dream Arising.

The first ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces young investigator has been awarded to Materials Today Editorial Board member Alejandro Briseño.

Renishaw’s additive manufacturing products division has relocated to a larger 90,000 sq ft facility in Stone, Staffordshire, UK.

GKN Aerospace is to lead a collaborative research program to develop titanium powder for AM.

3D Systems has acquired Chinese 3D printing sales and service provider Easyway Design and Manufacture Co.

Additive manufacturing specialist Arcam AB has put in place a new sales and support operation in the UK and Ireland.

Sinterhard, a US start up based in Massachusetts, is developing metal powder filled filaments for use in existing 3D filament printers.

Aerospace giant Pratt & Whitney plans to supply its PurePower PW1500G engines to Canadian aerospace company Bombardier featuring jet engine parts produced

Aerojet Rocketdyne has completed hot-fire testing of a single-element main injector for the AR1 rocket engine.

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LPW has partnered with Singapore-based Xsecpro Pte Ltd to supply AM powders in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia.

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