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Hardmetals and ceramics

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The MPIF has made available the Spring edition of its International Journal of Powder Metallurgy online.

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Sandvik has reportedly initiated a project to buy scrap from its customers to turn it into new products.

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Researchers have developed an ultrafast, high-temperature sintering method based on heating ceramic powders between two carbon strips.

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High hardness, good mechanical properties such as bending strength, tribological properties and others are desired in ceramic-metal composites.

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A novel electrolyte that forms a protective layer over the silicon nanoparticles that make up a battery anode gives the silicon room to swell.

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The EPMA reports that its SUMMEREV 2020 event has been postponed.

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High hardness, good mechanical properties such as bending strength, tribological properties and others are desired in ceramic-metal composites.

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Whether you spend your entire working life in the cutting-tool world or just visit occasionally, ISO13399 was written for you.

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Measuring the hardness of metal is a critical step in the manufacturing process.

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