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Hardmetals and ceramics news, October 2016

Sandvik has reported revenues of SEK 20,439 million and operating profit SEK 1,611 million in its interim Q3 report.

Umicore has reported revenues up 7% compared to Q3 2015, reflecting solid growth across the business groups.

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The AFRC has expanded its capabilities following the arrival of four pieces of equipment, including a Carbolite emissivity calibration furnace.

ISO and ASTM International have crafted a framework which will help meet the needs for new technical standards in the field of 3D printing.

A new technology known as cold sintering process can combine incompatible materials, such as ceramics and plastics, into useful compound materials.

Fraunhofer IKTS reports that it has successfully 3D printed a range of hardmetal tools.

Widia, a Kennametal brand, has developed a new milling grade, WS40PM, for use with titanium and other superalloys.

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