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Metals and alloys news, April 2014

LPW Technology presents new research on recycling AM powders

UK-based LPW Technology Ltd, a developer of metal powders for additive manufacturing (AM), will discuss new research on powder re-use at 3D printing show R

Plastic deformation of two-phase Cu-Ag alloy containing precipitates spontaneously creates surface nanolayers that reduce wear.

Hardide Coatings, a provider of tungsten carbide surface coatings, has invested in a number of new technologies including a scanning electron microscope (S

Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have created a technique called light-directed electrophoretic deposition (EPD), which uses photocond

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The Information Management Institute Inc (IMI) has launched a new course, Development of Functional Materials for 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing, whi

A study of self-assembled silver-based structures known as superlattices has revealed an unusual and unexpected behavior.

The MPIF has set out details of the four special interest programmes that will take place during the PM2014 World Congress which takes place from 18-22 May

Scientists at a German photonics and laser technology research centre are researching how to make tiny, 3D printed implants with a memory function or compl

Scientists from Universidad Carlos III in Madrid (UC3M) have developed a new type of tidal energy generator using magnetic MIM parts.

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