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Metal industry news, June 2015

A look at a recent study into the interactions of metal alloys at the nanometer and atomic scales.

Hardide Aerospace Coatings has appointed Stewart Gibson as business development manager.

Carpenter Technology Corporation has named Joseph E. Haniford as senior vice president of its newly organised specialty alloys operations.

Alcoa in the US has invested US$22 million in a new facility which combines hot isostatic pressing (HIP) with 3D printing.

Youngstown State University has formed a consortium to integrate additive and subtractive metal manufacturing technologies.

Alcoa has published its sustainability report for 2014.

Dassault Systèmes has announced a partnership with aerospace giant Safran Group.

Höganäs says that it plans to discontinue its Eclino product line.

Element Materials Technology is showcasing its services at this month’s Paris Airshow.

The technical program for Euro PM2015 is now available.

H.C. Starck plans to exhibit its Ultra 76 Plus Tantalum alloy at ACHEMA 2015, which takes place in Frankfurt, Germany, in June.

Carpenter Technology says that it is currently working with a major aerospace manufacturer to qualify a new stainless steel.

Carpenter Technology reports that operations will begin soon at its new superalloy powder facility in Alabama.

Tony R Thene has been appointed president, CEO, and member of the board of directors of Carpenter.

MPIF will be holding its next Basic Powder Metallurgy Short Course from 10–12 August at the Penn State Conference Center Hotel, Pennsylvania, USA.

ASTM International Committee B07 on Light Metals and Alloys has honored Brian Cochran with the Award of Merit.

Miba reports that it continued its positive performance from the previous year in the first quarter of 2015–2016.

Additive Industries plans to launch a new industrial additive manufacturing system, MetalFAB1, in Q4 2015.

Airbus is using additive manufacturing (AM) to produce components for the pylon of its A320neo developmental aircraft.

LPW and Metalysis have formed a collaboration to develop clean, spherical tantalum and tungsten powders for additive manufacturing (AM).

H.C. Starck has acquired a minority stake in Sweden-based start-up Metasphere Technology.

A number of industry professionals have received the Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy Award.

Thompson Creek Metals Company has agreed to place the Endako molybdenum mine on care and maintenance from 1 July 2015.

Umicore says that it has created a new, simplified reporting structure consisting of three business groups.

Zenyatta Ventures Ltd has reported the PEA on its hydrothermal graphite project located in northern Ontario, Canada.

Atlas Pressed Metals has been recognised for making positive contributions to the Pennsylvania economy.

APMI International has named the 2015 Class of Fellows.

Global production of molybdenum in 2014 reached a new high of 583.7 million lbs.

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