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The base material: A key factor in sinter-brazing

Brazing can be considered as an attractive method for joining sintered steel components since it can be integrated into the sintering process.

Breaking the glass fiber ceiling

UK glass fiber specialist MPM had positive news last month and announced that the company anticipated a major 40% growth in 2016.

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What do you do when you need to design energy or weight saving part and the perfect material is not available?

Motor racing has spawned or catalyzed countless technological innovations that have made road cars safer and more efficient.

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How additive manufacturing (AM) providers and users need to think carefully about the various aspects of industrial when 3D printing metal parts.

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The latest advancements in composite technology are changing the way these materials are designed, tested and used in manufacturing.

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