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MIM2018 Keynote Address

In his keynote address, Benedikt Blitz looked at Metal Powders and MIM from a global steel perspective.

MIM2018 Conference report: Continuing positive outlook

The recent MIM2018 Conference held in Irvine, California, was the most successful yet, with record-breaking attendance.

The EPMA’s Additive Manufacturing Sectoral Group recently celebrated the fast-growing success of the new industry by a well-attended Open Meeting.

Metal Powder Report consulting editor Joseph Capus interviewed Dr Randall German about his outstanding academic career in PM.

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Liz Nickels spoke to Teton Composites about 3D printing reinforced plastics, stress analysis software, and the importance of analysis in composite design.

Liz Nickels spoke to Desktop Metal, a US-based company that uses MIM-based 3D printing to make the technology more accessible to all.

This paper shows the advantages of having HIPing and Heat Treatment combined for Powder metallurgy parts.

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Haim Levi, VP Manufacturing and Defense markets at XJet Ltd., looks at why 3D printing is gaining traction in technical ceramics.

This paper explores the possibilities of producing visually attractive cellular gold structures via two different powder metallurgical approaches.

Electro-Sinter-Forging is a novel sintering technology based on high density electric currents and sintering cycles shorter than a second.

The technology of powder forging (PF) gained significant development after the Second World War.

This paper describes some properties of the Fe-based materials infiltrated with tin bronze and Cu-based materials infiltrated with tin.

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How can designers and engineers ensure that 3D printing designs find the most effective path to final manufacture?

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Steel alloy powder produced for AM has a relatively small market share.

Soft magnetic composites allow for revolutionized designs of electromagnetic devices to aid in improved efficiency and reduced weight and costs.

As 3D printing has grown rapidly over the last several years, interest in titanium and titanium alloy powders has increased dramatically.

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