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Metal industry news, January 2021

3D printing company ExOne has joined the Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association (AMGTA) as a founding member.

The MPIF says that PowderMet2021 will now take place both in person, in Orlando, Florida, and online, at the event website.

Protolabs has acquired online manufacturing platform 3D Hubs for US$280 million.

Hitachi has launched two new differential scanning calorimeters (DSCs) suitable for materials development and product quality control.

Element Materials Technology (Element) has upgraded its laboratory to feature full scope powder characterization services for additive manufacturing (AM).

CRP Meccanica, which specializes in CNC Machining, has signed an agreement with VELO3D to distribute its metal 3D printers in Italy.

Umicore has made a number of personnel adjustments amongst its vice presidents.

The MPIF has announced the recipients of its 2021 Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy (PM) Award.

A new supply chain management consultancy has been launched in the UK focusing on SMEs in the automotive, aerospace and defense sectors.

ASTM has announced that all its previously scheduled in-person April standards development meetings (including independent meetings) have been canceled.

The MPIF has published the program for MIM2021, taking place virtually from 22‐25 February 2021.

PyroGenesis Canada, which specializes in plasma atomized metal powder, has submitted a formal application to the NASDAQ Stock Exchange.

GE Additive and the University of Sydney have formed a five-year agreement to improve Australia’s additive manufacturing (AM) capabilities.

Lockheed Martin Corporation has agreed to acquire aerospace and defense rocket engine manufacturer Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings.

3D printing company Renishaw plans to strengthen its presence in the EU, following the completion of Brexit.

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