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Metal processing news, December 2017

3D printing technique can improve strength

Additive manufacturing (AM) technology was reportedly able achieve exception levels of strength and ductility when compared to counterparts.

Höganäs Brazil has added a wastewater process based on patent-pending electrocoagulation technology to a SKF bearing plant.

New research reveals that when spraying metal coatings, melting hinders rather than helps.

The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization (ANSTO) is reportedly acquiring a hot isostatic press (HIP) from Quintus Technologies.

Gordon Hunter has been given the HR ‘Russ’ Ogden Award from ASTM International’s committee on reactive and refractory metals and alloys.

Höganäs says that it has acquired Metasphere Technology, a start-up based in Luleå, Sweden.

The EPMA is calling for papers covering hot isostatic pressing (HIP) for the Euro PM2018 Congress & Exhibition.

The Association for Metal Additive Manufacturing (AMAM) says that is now accepting charter members till the end of 2018.

Powder metallurgy specialist Höganäs AB and Cortus Energy AB have opened what they say is the world’s first plant for renewable energy gas and green coke.

W Brian James has been honored with the Frank W. Reinhart Award from ASTM International’s committee on metal powders and metal powder products.

The SME has selected four university professors to receive its 2017 Distinguished Faculty Advisor Award.

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