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Metal processing news, November 2015

A team of scientists at NIST has developed a method of measuring material stress that takes more aspects of the part into account.

Höganäs has invested in a new sintering furnace to meet the growing demand for 3D printed components, it says.

The 2016 edition of Standard Test Methods for Metal Powders and Powder Metallurgy Products has been released by the MPIF.

Patrick J. McGeehan has been elected the 28th president of the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF).

Scientists have developed a technique to make titanium stronger without sacrificing any of the metal's ductility.

Morgan Advanced Materials has made two new additions to its range of crucible coatings for the foundry sector.

A Spanish cancer patient has received a 3D printed titanium sternum and rib cage manufactured at CSIRO’s 3D printing facility.

Global production of molybdenum increased to 142.1 million pounds in the second quarter of 2015, up 10% from 128.8 million pounds in the previous quarter.

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has launched its Powder Metallurgy Component Awards 2016.

Kempton H. Roll, founding executive director of the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) died on 4 November 2015, following a short illness.

Angstron Materials Inc plans to ramp up production of graphene from 300 metric tons a year to 1000 metric tons a year.

GKN has won a Silver Performance Award from automotive supplier Johnson Controls (JCI).

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