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Sintx acquires armor technology

Sintx Technologies has formed an agreement with surfaces technology specialist B4C LLC to acquire its processes for making ballistic armor plates.

Desktop Metal has acquired Aerosint, a Belgian company that specializes in multi-material powder deposition systems for AM.

GKN Automotive is accelerating its development of powertrain technologies in response to increasing global demand for electrified vehicles (EVs).

The EPMA has released details of the keynote presentations taking place online during Euro PM2021, from 18-22 October 2021.

Australian metal 3D printing company SPEE3D has received AUS$1.562 million in funding to develop mass produced metal 3D printed rocket engines.

Relativity Space, a US manufacturer of 3D printed rockets, has opened a new 1 million ft2 facility in Long Beach, California.

Norsk Titanium, which makes 3D printed titanium parts for aerospace, has received the first part of a grant from the Norwegian government.

The EPMA has revealed details of the special interest seminars taking place online during Euro PM2021 from 18-22 October 2021.

Dean Howard, president of the US-based Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) reports on an extraordinary year in the powder metal (PM) industry.

The Henry Royce Institute for advanced materials (Royce) has called for the establishment of a national steering group for digital materials.

Sandvik will acquire Cambrio, a company that supplies CAD/CAM software for the automotive, transportation, energy, medical and aerospace industries.

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

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) reports that UK factories made 116,639 engines in May, more than double the output of May 2020.

Spanish 3D printing company Aenium and Pangea Aerospace have formed an agreement to 3D print propulsion systems for aerospace in Europe.

The EPMA has released an early version of its technical program for the Euro PM2021 Congress, taking place virtually from 18-22 October 2021.

3D printing company Optomec has been awarded US$500,000 to develop ways to repair US Air Force jet engine components using additive manufacturing (AM).

PyroGenesis Canada says that it has shipped its first commercial samples of NexGen plasma atomized titanium powder to the aerospace industry.

Sigmatex, which makes carbon fiber textiles, has received funding from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) to grow its business.

Umicore has joined the development of Re I Source, a way to responsibly trace produced cobalt from the mine for use in electric cars.

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