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Liz Nickels spoke to Desktop Metal, a US-based company that uses MIM-based 3D printing to make the technology more accessible to all.

The renaissance of flax fibers

Now that natural fibers have lost a lot of their traditional market shares to synthetic fibers, they are gearing up to conquer new markets.

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This paper shows the advantages of having HIPing and Heat Treatment combined for Powder metallurgy parts.

Reinforced Plastics spoke with Gino Francato from SABIC about composites manufacturing and current trends in the composite industry.

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Haim Levi, VP Manufacturing and Defense markets at XJet Ltd., looks at why 3D printing is gaining traction in technical ceramics.

Residents across North America and the Caribbean are still feeling the impact of one of the most destructive hurricane seasons in recent memory.

This paper explores the possibilities of producing visually attractive cellular gold structures via two different powder metallurgical approaches.

Newcomers Composite Prime describe their journey into the composites market.

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Electro-Sinter-Forging is a novel sintering technology based on high density electric currents and sintering cycles shorter than a second.

Fibrelite has formed a number of strategic partnerships with major precast manufacturers in Europe and the USA.

The technology of powder forging (PF) gained significant development after the Second World War.

Over the past several years, lightweight construction has undeniably become a driving force in many areas of transportation.

This paper describes some properties of the Fe-based materials infiltrated with tin bronze and Cu-based materials infiltrated with tin.

As research into how carbon fiber composites will perform in an airplane crash is ramping up, we talk to one of the researchers investigating it.

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