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Metals and alloys features, July 2014

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A reference system is proposed describing the key attributes of a product from a manufacturability stand-point.

Read Yury Gogotsi's responses to his webinar: MXenes: a new family of two-dimensional materials.

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Powder rheometry can be used to ensure that metal powders for additive manufacturing deliver the performance and consistency required in demanding applicat

Consulting Editor Joseph Capus highlights the winners of the 2014 MPIF PM Design Excellence Competition.

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Subra Suresh shares his thoughts on the Elsevier Materials Science Council and its role within the materials science research community.

Pauline Carnell, product manager at Malvern Instruments, discusses how Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis can improve the characterisation of metal powders.

G.S. Upadhyaya reviews Sintering: From Empirical Observations to Scientific Principles by Randall M. German.

Dr Florian Bechmann, head of development at Concept Laser, reports on trends and increased quality requirements in 3D printing.

From its beginnings in 1989 EOS GmbH has grown to be the biggest player in the 3D metals printing industry. Now celebrating its 25th anniversary, Liz Nicke

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