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Metal processing news, September 2019

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) has published its 2019 Edition of Standard Test Methods for Metal Powders and Powder Metallurgy Products.

PyroGenesis Canada, which makes plasma atomized metal powder, reports Q2 revenues of CAN$913,769, a decrease from CAN $1,421,352 in Q2 2018.

GE Additive has opened an additive manufacturing (AM) site in Gothenburg, Sweden.

The EPMA has made a set of videos exploring the last three decades of powder metallurgy.

Heat treatment and manmade fiber specialist Oerlikon has published its Q2 and half year 2019 reports.

Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems says that it has commissioned a custom high temperature box furnace line for an aerospace company in the US.

The EPMA has issued a call for speakers for its 2020 Hot Isostatic Pressing Seminar, taking place in Oslo, Norway from 25–26 February 2020.

Christian Lönne has been appointed the new CEO of Digital Metal, a Höganäs’ subsidiary that manufactures 3D printers for metal powders.

3D printing company EOS plans to hold a webinar covering how additive manufacturing (AM) can help with thermal management.

Atomising Systems Ltd and Perdac have announced the dates for their 2020 two-day advanced course on metal powder atomization.

Jonathan M Pratt has been named president of TA Instruments, a specialist in thermal analysis and testing technologies.

The University of Birmingham has been awarded €4 million to set up a pilot facility to reclaim rare earth metals from scrap.

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