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Metals and alloys news, February 2013

Freeman Technology representatives plan to present new research on the impact of humidity on powders at Powtech 2013.

Up until now the Kroll process has been the go-to technology for the extraction of titanium metal. Now Metalysis has begun the commercialisation of its alt

Online registration is now available for the annual EPMA Powder Metallurgy Summer School, which this year will be held in Trento, Italy, from 8–12 July.

Thermo Scientific is offering a free X -ray microanalysis wall poster.

The Association For Manufacturing Technology (AMT) has partnered with the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Education Foundation, Gardner Business M

NanoSteel has named Harald Lemke vice president & general manager of powder metallurgy

Engineers at Penn State University have released a video demonstrating some of the latest technology in the field of additive manufacturing.

The US Department of Labor's Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) has published a new fact sheet looking at the potential hazards associated

Carpenter has formed an agreement with United States Steel Corporation to develop a new “lightweighting” steel for automotive applications.

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