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Titanium powder and additive manufacturing: The perfect match

How titanium powder and AM are is revolutionizing the medical and aerospace industries.

Breathing space for PM on the moon

PM producer Metalysis and the ESA are researching ways to extract metal powder from moon dust.

Graphene has been heralded as a revolutionary wonder material for engineering since its discovery in 2004 – even earning a Nobel Prize in 2010.

Metal materials with remarkable properties. This has been the driving force for the Swedish company VBN Components since the very start.

Liz Nickels looks back at the life of Metal Powder Report’s most memorable contributor.

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

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

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

MPIF President Dean Howard reviews the state of the North American PM industry in the light of COVID-19.

MPR Consulting Editor Joseph Capus spoke Dr Martin Kearns, Acting Managing Director of Sandvik Osprey.

Dean Howard, president of the MPIF, presents his report on the US powder metal (PM) industry in 2020.

Liz Nickels reports on a new research center in Wales that links academia and industry in the field of engineering and materials research.

The engineering sector is experiencing a new wave of possibilities thanks to material innovation.

New high-speed PM laser deposition technology could dramatically improve the wear resistance of mechanical parts.

A new project to recycle and process rare earth metal powders could help free up the supply chain for these sought-after materials.

The MPIF took its annual conferences out West to Phoenix to celebrate the 75th anniversary of its founding.

The production and properties of steel powders for PM, MIM, and AM were discussed by leading producers at POWDERMET2019.

Researchers must be aware of different variables and their possible interrelations in achieving the final PM product.

To make a sound defect-free component in DMLS process, it is required to understand the processing mechanism as well as the process parameter effect.

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