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Hardmetals and ceramics

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Kyocera has added a new cutter series to its wide milling products range.

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detecting trapped hydrogen could help design of embrittlement-resistant steels for low-carbon technologies

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The AMRC is developing a 3D woven composite component which could withstand the extreme temperatures inside a fusion nuclear reactor.

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Seco Tools has reached an agreement to acquire the cutting tools division of a 20-year-old privately-owned Mexican company.

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Ceratizit says that it has made available carbide and cermet grades for biocompatible medical and dental tools.

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The European Commission has set the date for a workshop focusing on ways to analyze the environmental impacts of metal and ceramic processing.

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The technical program committees for WorldPM2020, AMPM2020 and Tungsten2020, have confirmed the programs for the events,

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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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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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Since its invention, silicon has been the predominant material of choice for semiconductors; but we still haven’t adopted a new standard.

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