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Current trends for the global aluminum processing sector

Mirco Pavoni examines the current state of the aluminium market and new opportunities for the material.

Sandvik Osprey: a very bright future

Sandvik Osprey Ltd has become a major supplier of powders to the MIM industry. Joseph Capus reports on a visit to the company's facilities in Wales.

Django Mathijsen discusses how Solar powered vehicles are starting to show real potential.

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Liz Nickels spoke to Quintus’ Peter Henning about what's hot in the world of HIP.

Dust free operations are possible with carbon or glass thermosets.

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How automated, how good, how expensive and how quickly can additive manufacturing make parts?

Since the early fifties, the “made in Italy” plastics and rubber processing machinery and molds has steadily grown.

It's hard to keep track of the burgeoning AM industry. Liz Nickels spoke to Louis Davis of Stone Interactive Group to help users make sense of it all.

Liz Nickels delves into the world of internet business funding sites to see which innovative composite projects have captured the interest of investors.

Liz Nickels spoke to Joseph Weilhammer from EOS GmbH about why QA is the vital next step in the development of AM.

Reinforced Plastics investigates which new fibers might be popular in composites in the future.

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Neil Burns, co-founder and director at Croft Filters and Croft Additive Manufacturing (CAM), explains why AM is the future of filter manufacturing.

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Current take up for carbon fiber has fallen far short of expectations. Is one of the biggest restraints caused by the composite industry itself?

Joseph Capus catches up with Dr W. Brian James at the EURO PM2015 Congress.

Liz Nickels looks back at the groundbreaking composite commercial spacecraft eleven years on.

Liz Nickels spoke to Gerry Boyce, managing director of the UK's Haydale Composites.

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Liam O'Sullivan examines the benefits of FORMAX's approach to materials characterization.

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Titanium PM was discussed in several sessions during POWDERMET 2015 in San Diego.

Reinforced Plastics reports on a new synthetic diamond material designed for aerospace tooling.

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Lightweight construction represents one of the greatest opportunities for the fiber composites industry.

Gopal S. Upadhyaya looks back at the history of the world's major PM associations.

Selective laser metal sintering is set to enable a burst of creativity for today's young gas turbine design engineers.

Cordelia Sealy discusses what silk fibers could offer composite materials in engineering and biomedical applications.

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Consulting editor Ken Brookes reports on latest developments from the show.

Reinforced Plastics talks to Mick Maher, program manager at DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

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A critical review to the follow the feature article 'Environmental implications of Geopolymers'.

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