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Höganäs says that its main production sites are all up and running, following restrictions during the Covid-19 lockdown.

The Fraunhofer Institute have developed a new stress analysis technique which could take into account a component’s volume under tension and compression.

The Metal Powder Industries Federation says that it is seeking nominations for its Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy Award.

Wall Colmonoy’s Aerobraze business in Oklahoma City plans to hold an open day for local students on 2 October 2020.

Using liquid metal particles, researchers can make perfectly molded metallic versions of natural surfaces such as a rose petal.

Höganäs reports that Ulf Engström has retired after 43 years at the company.

Nanomaterials specialist Promethean Particles says that it has developed a solvent recovery sys-tem.

The EPMA is offering all its print publications to everyone free of charge for a limited time.

The SMMT reports that UK engine production declined 10.6% in July to 176,377 units.

The EPMA reports that registration is now open for Euro PM2020 which will take place online for the first time from 5-7 October 2020.

Franklin Bronze Precision Components reports that it has upgraded its automated parts in its shell room.

Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems has recently supplied a continuous vacuum furnace to an aerospace manufacturer in North America.

The ASM International Board of Trustees has named two metal spray expects as its award program recipients for 2020.

The MPIF has released its 2020 edition of its Standard 35 entitled Materials Standards for PM Structural Parts.

Thermo Fisher Scientific has released two electron microscopes suitable for materials and life science research.

The MPIF has announced the winners of its 2020 powder metallurgy design excellence awards competition in the Consumer Goods segment.

The MPIF has set the date for a webinar covering finite element analysis (FEA) modeling and simulation.

A new report suggests that in future, materials scientists and chemists will have access to machine learning tools to improve their R&D.

The MPIF has issued a call for papers for PowderMet2021, which is planned to take place 20–23 June 2021, in Orlando, Florida.

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