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Duralar Technologies has just introduced a new system for high-throughput deposition on the interior and exterior surfaces of metal parts.

Metallurgical microscope has longer life

Olympus has launched a new microscope for the observation and inspection of metal components.

Sandvik Coromant has introduced new CoroDrill 880 CVD diamond-coated insert grades, GCN124 and GCN134.

Hardide Coatings says that its tungsten carbide coating was used to coat a range of deflector plates for Royal Mail sorting machines in the UK.

Gas provider Linde has signed a contract to deliver 14 fuel cell trains and supply their 30-year maintenance and energy supply in Wolfsburg, Germany.

Concept Laser says that has made a 3D printed version of a 2,800 year old Celtic figure of a bronze horse rider found in Germany.

Carpenter Technology has introduced Cartech Puris 5+, which it says is the market’s first high-strength, low-oxygen titanium powder.

The Wallwork Group is developing a new technology to remove the rough and irregular finish that can occur on AM metal components.

Simufact Engineering has launched Simufact Additive software for the simulation of metal additive manufacturing processes.

Oerlikon Metco has developed a new multiprocess powder feeder.

The MPIF has announced the winners of its 2016 Powder Metallurgy Design Excellence Awards.

PyroGenesis Canada Inc says that over 90% of its titanium powders were shown to be below 106μm and over 50% below 45μm.

Höganäs has developed Rockit 701, a new alloy for use in the oil and gas, agriculture and mining industries.

Laser specialist Trumpf plans to introduce new machines for 3D printing of metal parts.

Airbus’ defense and space division is using EOS additive manufacturing (AM) technology to produce satellite parts.

Tooling specialist Dimar Tooling is entering the UK composites market.

Avure Technologies reports that it will supply a Quintus hot isostatic press (HIP) to Alcoa Howmet.

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