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A new supply chain management consultancy has been launched in the UK focusing on SMEs in the automotive, aerospace and defense sectors.

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The EPMA is hosting a webinar covering the possibility of producing metal powder at low orbit with low or reduced gravity.

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ASTM has announced that all its previously scheduled in-person April standards development meetings (including independent meetings) have been canceled.

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The MPIF has published the program for MIM2021, taking place virtually from 22‐25 February 2021.

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PyroGenesis Canada, which specializes in plasma atomized metal powder, has submitted a formal application to the NASDAQ Stock Exchange.

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GE Additive and the University of Sydney have formed a five-year agreement to improve Australia’s additive manufacturing (AM) capabilities.

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Lockheed Martin Corporation has agreed to acquire aerospace and defense rocket engine manufacturer Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings.

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3D printing company Renishaw plans to strengthen its presence in the EU, following the completion of Brexit.

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Inprotec MD, Chris Oldroyd, has reportedly been awarded chartered environmentalist and chartered engineer status by the IOM3.

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Organic films just a single molecule thick can make metals such as aluminum easier to cut by inducing localized embrittlement.

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Joe Capus reviews the products that won this year's online Design Awards.

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The annual report of the JPMA provides a unique overview of the activities and latest results of the PM industry in Japan.

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Andy Cormack, marketing & communications manager at the EPMA, summarizes the organization's recent online show.

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