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Powder applications news

AM network available to print medical devices

Siemens reports that its AM network and 3D printers are available to the global medical community to help speed the production of medical components.

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) has cancelled its co-located conferences WorldPM2020, AMPM2020, and Tungsten2020.

The ASTM has proposed an international standard to help industries obtain properly coated thermal spray aluminum coated carbon steel pipe.

EPMA has launched its EPMA 2020 Powder Metallurgy Component Awards, open to anyone who makes components made by powder metal (PM) processes

The MPIF has launched the technical programs have been released for its co-located PM, Metal AM, and tungsten conferences.

Element Materials Technology (Element) has invested in a powder characterization testing site for AM at its laboratory in California.

For the first time, researchers have used cold sintering to compress a fine powder of the ceramic barium titanate into a solid mass in a single step.

A new consortium led by the Fraunhofer Institute and Daimler has developed a way of building auto components that are up to 33% lighter.

VELO3D and Honeywell Aerospace have announced a partnership to qualify VELO3D’s Sapphire 3D printer to make aircraft components.

Carpenter Technology reports a net income of US$38.8 million, or US$0.79 earnings per diluted share.

Dr Randall German has been selected to receive the Kempton H Roll Powder Metallurgy (PM) Lifetime Achievement Award.

APMI International says that Thomas Pelletiers II, VP of new business development, Kymera International has been nominated for its 2020 Fellow Award.

Audi and Umicore have completed the test phase of their joint research project focused on recovering battery metals.

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) reports that Chris Owen will step down as chief executive of its industry forum.

Metal powder manufacturer Equispheres, based in Ottawa, Canada, has been awarded funding and support from a cleantech organization.

Steve Foxley has been appointed as executive director of the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC).

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