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Hardmetals and ceramics news

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

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

Walter, a division of Sandvik Machining Solutions, plans to acquire US based company Melin Tool Company, a manufacturer of solid carbide tools.

The MPIF has set the date for the co-located WorldPM2020, AMPM2020 and Tungsten2020.

This year JALCOM celebrates it’s 60 anniversary with a special issue.

The EPMA has issued its call for papers for the Euro PM2020 Congress and Exhibition.

Ceramic machinery & ceramic technologies, a trade fair for ceramic raw materials, will be held in Gandhinagar, India, from 3–5 March 2020.

ExOne and Global Tungsten & Powders (GTP) have entered into a collaboration to develop tungsten-based metal 3D printing using binder jetting.

The EPMA says that its next Euro PM Congress & Exhibition will take place in Lisbon, Portugal, from 4–7 October 2020.

Euro PM2019 attracted over 300 oral and poster presentations and over 1100 participants, while the exhibition featured over 100 exhibiting companies.

The 10th International Conference on Tungsten, Refractory & Hardmaterials (Tungsten2020) has announced a call for papers.

A new process termed ‘flash sintering’ can help overcome the brittle nature of ceramics and make them more ductile and durable.

The organizers of the ceramitec conference says that, in its new format, it welcomed over 200 attendees from 21 countries.

Kyocera Fineceramics GmbH says that it has completed its acquisition of Friatec’s advanced ceramics business operations.

The EPMA has made a set of videos exploring the last three decades of powder metallurgy.

A new low-power ceramic welding technology uses an ultrafast pulsed laser to melt ceramic materials along their interface and fuse them together.

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