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Metal processing news, April 2015

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory have created a new magnetic alloy.

TAT Technologies has scheduled its next three classes at its training center in St. Mary’s, PA, USA as follows.

Metalysis says that has completed a series of successful commercial production runs of tantalum powder.

W.S. Tyler plans to exhibit the Hosokawa e200LS Alpine Air Jet Sieve at PowderMet 2015, which takes place from May 17–20, 2015 in San Diego, California.

Rio Tinto has reported global iron ore shipments of 72.5 million tonnes, 9% higher than in the first quarter of 2014.

LPW Technology has expanded its presence in Asia-Pacific by creating a new partnership with Chinese 3D printing trading company Shanghai Dream Arising.

The first ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces young investigator has been awarded to Materials Today Editorial Board member Alejandro Briseño.

Renishaw’s additive manufacturing products division has relocated to a larger 90,000 sq ft facility in Stone, Staffordshire, UK.

The MPIF has issued a call for papers for MIM2016, which takes place in Irvine, California, from 7–9 March 2016.

GKN Aerospace is to lead a collaborative research program to develop titanium powder for AM.

The UK commercial vehicle market grew 25.3% in March to 67,965 units, according to the SMMT.

Siemens AG has selected Molycorp to supply rare earth materials for use in wind turbine generator magnets.

SKF is investing in the construction of a large-size bearing (LSB) test center in Schweinfurt, Germany.

The Linde Group has opened a new combustion center in Suzhou, China, the first center to be owned by an industrial gases company in that country.

Sinterhard, a US start up based in Massachusetts, is developing metal powder filled filaments for use in existing 3D filament printers.

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Makin Metals and its owner, Beijing-based electrolytic copper powder producer GRIPM, have invested in new atomising equipment which will make a significant

Morgan Thermal Ceramics has launched its new TCA 125 brick developed in response to growing customer demand.

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