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Metal Powder Report CHANGE TOPIC

Metal Powder products, January 2015

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Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (ATI) is expanding its nickel-based superalloy powder capabilities.

World’s first spacecraft thruster featuring 3D printed chamber

A spacecraft thruster tested by Airbus and the ESA features a platinum combustion chamber and nozzle made by 3D printing.

American Standard Brands has launched is the first commercially-available metal taps created with AM.

Sandvik Materials Technology is showcasing its technologies and materials at Oil and Gas Asia (OGA 2015).

GE Aviation has made a simple 3D-printed mini jet engine that can reach 33,000 rotations per minute.

Leatherman has developed a multi-tool that can be worn on the wrist made with metal injection molded (MIM) links.

America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, has launched what it calls the ‘first legacy CNC machine tool’.

Researchers from KU Leuven have discovered a method to separate two rare earth elements – europium and yttrium – with UV light.

Researchers at NYU have developed a metal matrix foam light enough to float on water.

Cambridge Engineered Solutions has introduced a new woven T314 stainless steel conveyor belt.

Oerlikon Metco has expanded its range of superalloy powders for new applications in laser-based and electron beam additive manufacturing (AM).

Abtex Corporation has developed a new machine for deburring powdered-metal parts when they’re still in the ‘green’ state, prior to sintering.

HotEnd Works have unveiled a new patent pending method of 3D printing carbides called Pressurized Spray Technology (PSD).

Kyocera Corporation has developed a new series of cermet grades which it says offer a 50% improvement in abrasion resistance over conventional materials.

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