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Metal industry news, November 2010

A US company has developed underwear with inserts formed of tungsten and other metal powders that, it says, ensure privacy against airport x-ray machines.

Colourful ceremony for opening of Hoeganaes’ new plant in China

US powder metal giant Hoeganaes Corporation has moved decisively to focus on its activities in China with the opening of a new marketing support facility o

The American who discovered the world’s biggest copper deposit in Chile has staked a claim in Paraguay to what he says may be the largest titanium find, ac

Russian nickel giant Norilsk Nickel’s polar division, the company’s biggest earner in the past decade, will spend $20 billion by 2030 to maintain productio

The Special Metals Forum (SMF), the membership arm of South Yorkshire, UK-based NAMTEC (the National Metals Technology Centre), has appointed Peter Birtles

Thermal equipment specialist Surface Combustion Inc, based in Maumee, Ohio, USA, has installed a new Allcase batch integral quench furnace line at a therma

Global engineering specialist GKN plc has reported a third quarter sales increase of 34% compared with last year in its automotive (Driveline and powder me

Parmatech-Proform Corporation, a subsidiary of metal components specialist ATW Companies Inc has opened its new metal injection moulding (MIM) facility in

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GE Additive has appointed Jason Oliver as CEO and vice president, GE Additive.

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Freeman Technology says that its range of powder rheometers can help in powder metal processing.

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LPW Technology Ltd will be showcasing its metal powders for additive manufacturing (AM) at TCT Asia.

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The programs for AMPM2018 and PowderMet2018 are now available online.

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Sandvik plans to invest around SEK 200 million in a new plant which will make titanium and nickel fine metal powders.

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