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Metal industry news, April 2018

Sigma Labs Inc has entered into an agreement with the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

PM producer Höganäs has released its sustainability report for 2018

Using expired drugs to protect metals from corrosion could bring economic and environmental benefits.

3D printing company Renishaw has been presented with an award for IT in India.

Heating specialist Quintus Technologies has established a specialized application center at its headquarters in Västerås, Sweden.

Shane Collins, general manager at Additive Industries has received the ASTM Award of Merit.

The US Office of Naval Research has awarded a research and development non-profit a contract to improve the quality of 3D printed metallic parts.

Siemens says that it plans to make a £27 million investment in a new 3D printing manufacturing facility

LLNL is hosting a workshop featuring a number of the lab’s scientists and engineers to discuss research partnerships.

The EPMA has announced its 18th Residential PM Summer School for Young Engineers, this year held in Vienna, Austria.

The Center for Powder Metallurgy (CPMT) has announced the names of the recipients of its CPMT/Axel Madsen conference grants.

Carpenter plans to invest US$100 million in soft magnetics capabilities and a new strip hot rolling mill in its Reading, PA facility.

The MPIF says that its annual Basic PM short course will return in 2018 and registration is now available.

Rodney Brennen, VP of PM parts company Metco Industries, has been appointed president of the Powder Metallurgy Parts Association (PMPA).

Michael Stucky has been appointed president of the Metal Injection Molding Association (MIMA).

A facility run by GKN Sinter Metals has improved its electric efficiency by 6.6% and natural gas efficiency by 15% over the last three years.

According to its recent survey, 96% of ceramics acompanies are planning to increase their total investments in the coming year.

Global Advanced Metals Pty Ltd and LPW Technology (LPW) have joined forces to promote the use of spheroidized tantalum in 3D metal printing.

There was double-digit growth for UK engine exports in February, a new record, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders (SMMT).

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