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Metals and alloys features, July 2012

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January was a long time ago! Recall the highs and lows of 2012 with Metal Powder Report - and reflect on what's in store for 2013.

Much has been said in political circles about the paucity of investment of resources, research and, yes, dollars toward the development of technologies to

Research disclosed at the PowderMet 2012 show in Nashville provides evidence that PM can indeed hold its own against malleable iron, ductile iron, and comp

Read how student engineers reduced a race car’s weight by 10% via the use of laser-sintered titanium, inconel and alumide.

Liz Nickels reports from Basel, Switzerland, on this year’s EPMA show.

The annual PM Design Excellence competition sponsored by MPIF continues to attract increasing numbers of prize-worthy candidate parts. The twenty entries s

Dr James McCall, from NuvoSci Consulting, reviews what he considers to be the strongest collection of presentations concerning lubrication and delubricatio

Continued growth of the PM industry depends on advances in materials and materials properties, processes, and manufacturing efficiency, MPIF reports. Joe C

Here is an overview of PM-related patents released over the last couple of months.

Ken Brookes, consultant editor, provides an advance look at EPMA’s autumn conference and exhibition.

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