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Metals and alloys news, June 2013

PowderMet 2013 – Day One report

PM industry buoyed by favourable statistics, positive production trends.

Grinding specialist uses Malvern particle sizing

Cemtec, an Austrian provider of grinding technologies for the mining, mineral and cement industries, is using Insitec real-time particle sizing technology

3D-printed microbatteries could supply electricity to devices in medical and communications applications.

General Electric, GE is launching two additive manufacturing ‘quests’ to help it develop products for heathcare and aerospace applications and create a net

The Metal Injection Moulding Association has announced a call for papers for MIM2014, which takes place from 24–26 February in Long Beach, California.

Facility seen as a "breakthrough' in the production of titanium metal powder using a novel continuous process, CSIR states.

Boeing and South Africa’s Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, or CSIR, plan to jointly research how to incorporate titanium powder into industr

Phillips Service Industries, Inc. (PSI), a privately held global manufacturing and services holding company, is researching locations to build an additive

According to business secretary Vince Cable, the UK government will invest £14.7 million investment to develop 3D printing technology.

The Powder Metallurgy Association of India has announced the date of its 2014 annual international conference.

New research from the University of Southampton suggests that copper and copper alloys can destroy norovirus, which causes acute gastroenteritis.

Experts from Freeman Technology to address multifaceted powder characterisation and dynamic powder testing as a way of improving powder handling at two UK

GKN Sinter Metals has developed a transversal flux motor prototype made with soft magnetic composite (SMC) materials.

GE Aviation and Sigma Labs Inc have signed a joint technology development agreement (JTDA) to put in place in-process inspection technologies for additive

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