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The MPIF has announced the recipients of its 2021 Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy (PM) Award.

Process modeling for machining Inconel

Predicting response parameters of the dry turning process for Inconel using deep-cryogenic treated WC insert through an artificial neural network.

Ceratizit says that it has won an innovation award for developing a new way to 3D print tungsten carbide-cobalt.

SINTX Technologies, which makes silicon nitride ceramic materials for medical and non-medical applications, will celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2021.

Kyocera Fineceramics Solutions says that its Degussit oxide ceramics have been supplied in tube form to the International Space Station (ISS).

Kyocera says that its range of industrial precision knives is now available in Europe.

Umicore says that its full year adjusted EBIT will be around €465 million – €490 million.

By analyzing thin films of manganese-doped iron oxide, researchers have been able to update the model used to describe conduction in ceramics.

The organizers of hardmetals trade fair ceramitec have decided to postpone the 2021 show until 21–24 June 2022.

The US Department of Defense has contracted Desktop Metal to develop a high-volume manufacturing process to mass product cobalt-free hardmetal parts.

ASM International has launched a customizable online database of inorganic materials.

The Metal Powder Industries Federation says that it is seeking nominations for its Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy Award.

A report from Coherent Market Research suggests that the ceramic coatings market, particular for automotive, could reach US$14,536 million in 2027.

Sandvik has been included as a member of the FTSE4Good Index Series in its semi-annual review 2020.

By introducing isolated defects into a ferroelectric, researchers have managed to turn it into a top-performing energy-storage material.

The EPMA is offering all its print publications to everyone free of charge for a limited time.

The EPMA reports that registration is now open for Euro PM2020 which will take place online for the first time from 5-7 October 2020.

The MPIF has issued a call for papers for the 10th International Conference on Tungsten, Refractory & Hardmaterials (Tungsten2021).

Taking their inspiration from shells and grapefruits, engineers have created what they say is the first manufactured non-cuttable material.

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