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Metal Powder Report CHANGE TOPIC

Metal Powder products, January 2017

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

GE Additive says that it is developing the world's largest laser-powder additive manufacturing (AM) machine for aerospace applications.

Aluminum specialist Eck Industries has signed a licence for the commercialization of a cerium-aluminum (Ce-Al) alloy.

Arcast says that it has successfully gas-atomized titanium with a D90 of less than 60 μ (D50 of 25 μ to 35 μ).

GKN Sinter Metals reports in its blog that it has developed 20MnCr5, a new low carbon alloy steel intended for metal additive manufacturing (AM).

Hardmetal tooling specialist Ceratizit has developed CeraShield, a coated knife for solid wood machining.

Sumitomo Tool has developed a new coated grade for the turning of small precision parts.

Seco has launched the new R220.88 face milling cutter range with inserts with eight cutting edges and improved geometries.

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

Canada Makes has made an automotive battery box end cap using additive manufacturing (AM).

Additive Industries has developed an entry-level model of its MetalFAB1 industrial 3D metal printing system.

South West Metal Finishing (SWMF) has developed a new chemical immersion treatment to improve the surface of AM parts for aerospace.

Metal powder producer Höganäs has introduced a magnum cartridge for customers requiring a high volume paste.

Furnace specialist Solar Atmospheres has put in place a molybdenum hot zoned vacuum furnace.

3D printing specialist Markforged says that it has developed a new 3D printing metal method called atomic diffusion additive manufacturing (ADAM).

Machine tool specialist Mazak has introduced a 3D printer that provides both additive and subtractive capabilities.

A die manufacturer has purchased two Seco/Warwick pit style air temper furnaces for its manufacturing facility in Ontario, Canada.

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