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A new supply chain management consultancy has been launched in the UK focusing on SMEs in the automotive, aerospace and defense sectors.

PM in orbit seminar

The EPMA is hosting a webinar covering the possibility of producing metal powder at low orbit with low or reduced gravity.

Researchers have shown that a combination of engineered nanodroplets and an ultrasound 'drill' can break up particularly tough blood clots.

Alternative uses for coal shown in single stage process

Researchers have discovered that antioxidants can help prevent the damage to conducting polymers caused by transmission electron microscopy.

Markforged has distributed a number additive manufacturing (AM) machines to manufacturers in Michigan, USA as part of Project DIAMOnD.

A range of honeycomb material is being used to make parts by two automotive manufacturers in Mexico.

The Powder Coating Institute (PCI) has released the fifth edition of Powder Coating: The Complete Finisher’s Handbook.

Inspired by the color-changing skin of octopuses, engineers have created a 3D-printed smart gel that can change shape and color when exposed to light.

Engineers have created a new shape-changing, or 'morphing', nozzle for 3D printing fiber-filled composites for use in 4D printing applications.

Predicting response parameters of the dry turning process for Inconel using deep-cryogenic treated WC insert through an artificial neural network.

The US NIST has awarded nearly US$4 million in grants to develop 3D printing measurement methods and standards.

Olympus has developed a new scanner that it says makes it easier to inspect composite components with large surface areas.

ASTM has announced that all its previously scheduled in-person April standards development meetings (including independent meetings) have been canceled.

Using machine learning, researchers have been able to complete cumbersome materials science calculations more than 40,000 times faster than normal.

Researchers have utilized reactive molecules called radical-type 'mechanophores' to visualize polymer crystallization in real time.

Polynt Composites has raised the price of its UPR and gelcoats by €100/ton.

Scott Bader Co Ltd has partnered with Pultex GmbH to distribute its composite structural adhesives in Germany.

Ceratizit says that it has won an innovation award for developing a new way to 3D print tungsten carbide-cobalt.

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