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Metal industry features, January 2012

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New times and new ways may sound the corniest of the lines we have all come to ‘love’ so much in the economic recession, but for Metal Powder Report, it’s

Last year’s double-digit growth is expected to continue in metal powders, with manufacturers reporting high demand driven largely by North American markets

Euro PM2011, considered the pinnacle of the annual powder metallurgy calendar, set attendance records as well as the stage for industry growth. Joe Capus r

Ken Brookes dissects the current state of the tungsten and tungsten carbide industries in China.

Using powder metal technology to produce large titanium parts has long been a major goal for the PM industry. But while small, expensive, parts have been p

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