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Metal industry news, June 2016

PM China 2016 reports largest ever turnout

PM China 2016, which took place in Shanghai in April, brought together over 360 exhibitors from all around the world.

MPIF presents outstanding technical paper award

The Howard I. Sanderow Outstanding Technical Paper Award has been to Stephanie M Choquette and Iver E Anderson.

PM processing giant Wall Colmonoy has appointed Nicholas W Clark as president.

PowderMet2016, co-located with AMPM2016, gathered in Boston last week for another successful event, its organizers report.

The EPMA says that its additive manufacturing (AM) seminar, which took place this April in Bremen, Germany, was a success.

SKF has signed contracts worth over SEK 1 billion with Rolls-Royce.

GE Aviation has invested more than US$200 million in two factories to mass-produce silicon carbide (SiC) materials.

Alpha Sintered Metals has acquired metal injection molding specialist Precision Made Products, headquartered in Ohio, USA.

Powder metallurgy (PM) industry leader P Ulf Gummeson has written a book the history of American PM.

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) says that staying in the EU is best for its business.

Graphene 3D Labs Inc has appointed A Paul Gill to join the board of directors.

SKF has announced the consolidation of its manufacturing facilities in North America.

Global production of molybdenum slowed in 2015, according to figures from the International Molybdenum Association (IMOA).

New aluminum-cerium alloys are not just easy to work with and heat tolerant, but could also boost US production of rare earth elements.

The SME has announced the winners of awards presented at the RAPID additive manufacturing (AM) Conference & Exposition.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Cincinnati Inc have signed a nonexclusive licensing agreement on ORNL patents related to large-scale AM.

The iron powder market in North America is expected to reach 563,000 metric tons in volume by 2020, boosted by automakers.

Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have discovered the reason for the porosity found in parts produced by AM.

The US IHEA will run the 47th Combustion Seminar, its Safety Standards Seminar, and the revised Induction Seminar, in Covington, KY, this autumn.

SKF has signed an agreement to divest its Kaydon velocity control business to Stabilus, a global supplier to the automotive and industrial markets.

Haydale and Flowtite have formed a new joint development agreement (JDA) to develop GRP pipeline products.

Umicore reports that its revenues increased by 1% in the first quarter of 2016.

Dr Hans J Langer, founder and CEO of EOS GmbH, has received the SME Additive Manufacturing Industry Achievement Award.

Umicore plans to increase its capacity for NMC (nickel manganese cobalt) cathode materials.

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