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Metal industry news, March 2018

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, has opened a new additive manufacturing (AM) research laboratory.

Metal coatings company Wall Colmonoy reports that it celebrates its 80th anniversary this year.

The European Additive Manufacturing Group twitter page (@EuroAM) has been generating plenty of interest in its first month of activity.

Additive manufacturing (AM) company Renishaw has launched a Fabrication Development Centre (FDC) at the company's Miskin facility in South Wales.

The EPMA says that registration is now open for its Systematic Approach to Quality Management seminar.

Plansee says that its Indian site is now celebrating its 30th anniversary.

Valve maker Aidro Hydraulics and Fraunhofer Institute have won an Additive World Design award.

The programs for POWDERMET2018 and AMPM2018 have been published online.

The MPIF reports that judging for the 2018 Powder Metallurgy (PM) Design Excellence Awards was recently completed.

ASTM is inviting experts to join in the revision of two ASTM International thermostat standards.

Carpenter Technology has acquired MB CalRAM LLC, which offers powder-bed fusion additive manufacturing (AM) metal printing services.

The board of GKN plc has announced that the company will combine GKN’s Driveline business and Dana to create Dana plc.

Renishaw says that it is contributing its additive manufacturing (AM) specialist knowledge to European machine tool trade association, CECIMO.

ASTM International is running a seminar on sustainability on 11 April 2018, San Diego, California, USA.

Fraunhofer has developed an inline system for testing, qualifying and adjusting the focused powder jet of the nozzles of laser metal deposition machines.

Umicore has announced today some changes to the composition of its executive committee and board of directors.

The Verder Group has acquired the majority of Austrian company Qness GmbH, a manufacturer of hardness testing machines.

GKN says that its new coaxial electric axle system entitled the ‘eTwinsterX’ is now in the prototype stage.

Sandvik Coromant has developed CoroThread, a 266 thread-turning tool that has precision over and under-coolant.

Höganäs has confirmed that it has purchased H.C. Starck’s Surface Technology & Ceramic Powders (STC) division.

The fabricated products division of H.C. Starck has been certified for the seventh consecutive year as tantalum conflict-free.

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