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Materials features, July 2017

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POWDERMET2017: lightweight materials for the future

The special interest program on lightweight materials featured a keynote address on the establishment of the government/industry consortium LIFT.

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UK 3D printing is getting a boost from Runcorn-based LPW Technology which is building a new facility to help improve additive manufactured (AM) parts.

How one of the strongest, lightest automotive construction materials is overcoming the problems that have so far kept it from entering the mainstream.

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The use of the small punch test (SPT) can mechanically characterize in a direct way a final sintered product.

When producing high-strength lightweight parts in large volumes, the length of the structural reinforcing fibers is of key importance.

Multi-physical simulations are a powerful tool to gain a deeper understanding of selective laser melting.

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Related themes were explored in a special interest program on electrification during the Las Vegas conference.

Reinforced Plastics spoke with Steven Bassetti from Michelman about its fiber technologies and the current trends in the composite industry.

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As costs for hardmetal production escalate, the need for technologies for reducing environmental impact becomes more urgent.

Revolution Fibres have developed Xantu.Layr®, the world's first commercially available nanofiber interleaving veil.

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

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.

The annual report of the JPMA for 2016 provides a comprehensive view of developments in the Japanese PM industry.

Reinforced Plastics spoke with Paul Walsh from Ascent Aerospace about its composite tooling technology and its application in the aerospace industry.

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Winners in this year's PM parts competition showed some outstanding designs.

Material manufacturers are finding new ways to combine the benefits of composites with the need for high volume production.

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Liz Nickels spoke to Sintavia about how the company plans to improve AM part quality by ensuring that the background to the printing process is improved.

From the dawn of civilization, carbon black has been a component of humankind’s tool chest.

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