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Hardmetals and ceramics news, June 2014

New machines feature hardmetal saws

Everising Machine, a Taiwan-based manufacturer of sawing machines, has developed the E-series of sawing tools, featuring tungsten carbide cutting tools.

Sandvik AB and China-based Zhuzhou Cemented Carbide Group Co Ltd plan to form a joint venture (JV) to develop strategy.

BBC Research has published an updated report covering the current status of the global powder metallurgy market and assessing its growth potential from 201

Scientists at the School of Metallurgy and Materials, University of Birmingham in the UK have developed a new method of producing boron carbide powder whic

A new report suggests that global tungsten demand will slow to 2.6% per year up to 2018 as its direct use as filaments in lighting applications diminishes.

German tool manufacturer Günther Wirth (GW), a part of carbide specialist Ceratizit, has acquired a remaining 25% of outstanding shares in India-based GW P

Kennametal has been named in the CIO 100 Awards, which recognise the top 100 innovative companies in the US.

Reseachers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a process to create relatively inexpensive tungsten carbide catalysts that can rep

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