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Metals and alloys news, July 2012

TAT Technologies has released details on the first sintering course the company plans to hold at its newly acquired a 5,000 ft building in St Mary’s, Penns

The H.C. Starck Group, Goslar, Germany has appointed Dr Michael Fooken to take over research and development activities.

Joining Technologies, Inc says that it is offering application laboratory days (AppLab Day) for metal engineers working on projects that might benefit from

The MPIF and APMI International have issued a call for papers & posters for Powdermet 2013

PSI's HERMIGA range has a new hot gas atomiser.

CS Energy Materials (CSEM), a joint venture between H.C. Stark and Japanese chemical company New Chisso Corp, has started production of cathode materials f

The NanoSteel Company has earned its fifth R&D 100 Award, by R&D Magazine, for its nano-structured powder metal alloys for large scale industrial component

Renishaw has sold an AM250 laser melting machine to Swansea University in Wales.

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