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Additive manufacturing news, July 2017

LPW Technology Ltd, which supplies metal powders for the AM industry, has published its latest laboratory service datasheet.

Additive Industries has been named the winner of a most promising young technology company contest run by Dutch national newspaper Financieele Dagblad.

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) has released an updated version of its PM Industry Roadmap.

The World Science Festival and Annals of Physics join forces at an event at Columbia University.

3D printing company Arcam has reported a sales increase of 32% in the last six months.

GE Additive, Concept Laser and Arcam AB have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Swiss technology company Oerlikon.

Wichita State University has purchased a new professional grade metal additive manufacturing (AM) system.

The ARC Group has appointed Drew M Kelley as interim CEO and board member.

LPW Technology Ltd has published a case study which examines the sources and impact of porosity in metal AM.

The AMRC has become a regional partner of Sheffield Digital, an organisation for businesses and individuals involved in the city’s digital industries.

Concept Laser and Lauak have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to develop an alliance between the two companies.

A 3D printer developed by Höganäs has been installed at CETIM, the French industrial institute.

Scientists have shown how 3D selective laser sintering can be used to make fingertip-size blocks of graphene foam.

Aeronautical and space company Weare Group and plasma specialist Tekna have formed an agreement to create a metal powder manufacturing company.

Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (ATI) has announced a joint venture (JV) with GE Aviation for the development of new alloy powder manufacturing.

GKN Aerospace and Saab plan to continue developing additive manufacturing (AM) processes.

Arcam AB says that the new powder factory for its powder manufacturing subsidiary AP&C in Montreal, Canada, is progressing well on plan.

AM specialist Arcam AB has received an order from GE for 10 of its electron beam melting (EBM) systems.

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh plan to explore next-generation metals, especially steel, for use in additive manufacturing (AM).

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