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Metal Powder news, October 2015

TMR, a market intelligence company based in the USA, reports that the global drill bits market could grow at a CAGR of 4.9% between 2013 and 2019.

Bodycote is expanding its high pressure hot isostatic pressing (HIP) capability.

AIMS plans to exhibit its range of PM products at this year’s Advanced Engineering UK show.

Zenyatta Ventures Ltd says that its graphite powder has been deemed suitable for a range of applications by Ben-Gurion University (BGU), Israel.

ITRI has announced the provisional program for its 2016 International Tin Conference.

Wallwork Group says that its Nadcap approval has now been extended.

Umicore reports that revenues were up 10% compared to the third quarter last year.

ASM International (ASM) has announced the election of Jon D Tirpak, as ASM’s 2015-2016 board of trustees president.

The value of the global 3D printing powder market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 24.4% from 2015 to 2020, according to a new report.

simple surface treatment for metallic biomedical implants could deter the bacteria that cause infections and complications after surgery

Arcam has made a major expansion of its production facility for EBM systems in Mölndal, Sweden.

Arcam reports that net sales in the first nine months of 2015 increased increased by 98 % to SEK400.1 million.

Ceralink Inc has completed a major expansion in its Materials Testing Center located in eastern Ohio, USA.

The Powder Coating Institute (PCI) has named the recipients of its 2015-16 scholarships in the US.

SKF has reported net sales of SEK57 782 million for the year to date 2015, compared with SEK52 476 million in the same period of 2014.

Arcam has appointed Bruce Bradshaw as chief marketing officer (CMO) to lead a new central marketing function in the Arcam Group.

A new edition of ASM Handbook, Volume 7: Powder Metallurgy has been released by the MPIF.

Missouri University of Science and Technology scientists are developing AM technology which could create improved metals.

The UK automotive industry could break manufacturing records by the end of the decade, according to the SMMT.

The organizers of Ceramitec 2015 have released some information about the trade show.

The EPMA has created a brochure intended to be an introduction to additive manufacturing (AM) technology.

Alphaform has 3D printed a titanium alloy hip implant using an EOSINT M 280 machine.

ARC Group Worldwide reports that sales for the year were US$112.5 million, reflecting 35.7% growth over fiscal year 2014.

Miba AG, a manufacturer of sintered components, reports that its revenue in the first half of 2015–2016 rose by 14% to €375.2 million.

Dynacast, a specialist metal injection molding company, is reportedly expanding its UK design and manufacturing facility.

Proto Labs Inc is to acquire some assets and operations of laser sintering company Alphaform AG.

General Carbide has expanded its operations to produce more than 40 standard and custom sizes of WEDM blocks.

Materialise has announced the start of metal printing activities in its German office in Bremen.

French company Z3Dlab has created ZTi-Powder, a new metal composite material containing titanium and zirconia.

PPG Industries has completed a US$27 million expansion of its San Juan del Rio coatings manufacturing facility.

Valence Surface Technologies now offers titanium and hardmetal processing at its 10 facilities located in the United States.

Two Fraunhofer institutes have opened the new Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing (ACAM) in Aachen, Germany.

Renishaw has announced plans to open a global network of customer centers for metal 3D printing or additive manufacturing (AM).

3D printing specialist LPW has formed a partnership with Riverside College, based in Widnes, UK, to provide training in additive manufacturing (AM).

CalRAM has ordered two electron beam melting (EBM) systems from AM specialist Arcam.

Pete Raby has been announced the new CEO at global materials technology specialist Morgan Advanced Materials.

Registration for the 2016 AMUG Conference are now open.

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