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Hardmetals and ceramics

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The EPMA reports that presentations from its 34th General Assembly, held 15 April 2021, are now available to the organization’s members.

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Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory have produced crack free and dense molybdenum titanium carbide parts using electron beam powder bed fusion.

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Kyocera has added a new type to its EZ Bar tooling series suitable for inner diameter (ID) work.

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Enhanced ceramic materials, such as a novel bismuth-containing ceramic, could play a pivotal role in the development of 5G wireless technology.

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The EPMA says that it is now welcoming entries to its PM thesis competition.

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Atomising Systems (ASL) has invested £150,000 to install an inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) system in its lab.

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A new fabrication technique could allow lithium-ion batteries to use the same production processes for ceramic electrolytes as for liquid electrolytes.

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Liz Nickels looks back at the life of Metal Powder Report’s most memorable contributor.

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The annual report of the JPMA provides a unique overview of the activities and latest results of the PM industry in Japan.

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Andy Cormack, marketing & communications manager at the EPMA, summarizes the organization's recent online show.

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