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Hardmetals and ceramics news, June 2012

The programme of The International Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials has been announced.

Plansee has developed a range of ultra-smooth tungsten crucibles for sapphire growth.

Krauss Maffei has introduced a plasma powder arc welding process (PTA) that coats the top-root edges of counter rotating screws in its counter rotating twi

American National Carbide is to expand its raw materials manufacturing arm.

Oerlikon Balzers, which currently operates 15 coating centres in North America, is expanding its Rock Hill, South Carolina operation.

All Purpose Abrasives in Australia has introduced a range of carbide burrs originally made in Germany by surface finishing specialist Pferd.

GTSO Resources says it is exploring ways to make tungsten recycling more profitable and environmentally friendly.

A report referenced on the Cordis website says that EU-funded researchers have developed new technology that could promote the use of nanopowder-based cera

CS Unitec has introduced a nine inch pneumatic circular saw suitable for dry cutting of steel and non-ferrous metal.

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