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Metal processing news, September 2016

GE has confirmed its plans to acquire two suppliers of additive manufacturing (AM) equipment, Arcam AB and SLM Solutions Group AG for US$1.4 billion.

Sumitomo Electric Industries is to acquire Keystone Powdered Metal Company, a US manufacturer of powdered metal components.

Zenyatta has reportedly scaled up testing of metal powder from its Albany graphite mine located in northern Ontario, Canada.

LPW Technology has built a new R&D facility within the Daresbury Laboratory in Cheshire, UK.

Bodycote has acquired Nitrex Metal Technologies, a specialist in gas nitriding and ferritic nitrocarburizing in both batch and continuous forms.

TA Instruments has acquired Rubotherm, which supplies analytical test instruments for thermogravimetric and sorption measurements.

Bodycote has opened a new facility in Haltom City, located between Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, USA.

Höganäs AB plans to reuse the residual heat and carbon dioxide from the company’s plants.

Bodycote plc has announced that Pat Larmon will be joining its board as an independent non-executive director.

The IHEA’s fundamentals of industrial process heating online learning course is scheduled to begin on 17 October 2016.

Concept Laser has developed what it calls a ‘smart factory’, a modular approach to additive manufacturing (AM).

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PSA Group, which owns the Peugeot, Citroën and DS automotive brands, has agreed to research large scale 3D printing with US-based Divergent 3D.

Quintus Technologies, a specialist in hot isostatic press (HIP) technology, has named Correns Corporation as the company’s sales agent for Japan.

Dr Wolfgang Büchele, the CEO of Linde AG, will not continue in his position following the expiration of his current employment contract.

Scientists have developed a novel etching process that can allow metals such as aluminum, titanium or zinc to bond with nearly any other material.

Linde LLC has developed the Hydroflex atmosphere control system (ACS) for oxide-free annealing of steel, stainless steel, copper, bronze or brass.

Bodycote reports that its facility in Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA has earned MedAccred accreditation.

Linde has reported group revenue of €8.560 billion, a decrease of 5.3% when compared with the figure for the first half of 2015 of €9.036 billion.

Element Materials Technology is to buy DNV GL’s materials testing laboratories in Germany.

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