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Metals and alloys news, April 2013

Metal Powder Report talks to Harbhajan ("Harb") S. Nayar, Ph d about the inspiration behind his nascent Sintering 101 Courses as well as the future of TAT

NDC Infrared Engineering has developed an in-line sampling system for moisture measurements in closed processes.

Malvern Instruments Ltd and NETZSCH Grinding & Dispersing have entered into a cooperative marketing agreement

Engineers at the University of Michigan have developed a process whereby the oxidation of copper nanoparticles can be undone by shining intense white light

Höganäs reported consolidated net sales of SEK6,712 million for 2012, down 5% year on year.

The University of Connecticut and Pratt & Whitney, a United Technologies Corp company, have opened a new additive manufacturing (AM) centre at the Universi

SKF has launched SKF Insight, wireless technology that can be integrated into SKF bearings.

The MPIF has launched a YouTube channel containing a range of PM videos it has produced in the past.

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