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Powder applications news

3D Systems has been selected by the US Army to use additive manufacturing (AM) to help improve heat exchanger parts.

The MPIF reports that Edwin Pope, principal analyst at IHS Markit, will deliver the keynote speech at PowderMet.

Wall Colmonoy has developed a range of vacuum fused wear plates for industrial fans.

Altair, which makes simulation software and the US Center for Automotive Research, have opened their 2021 Enlighten Awards for submissions.

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has updated its Global Powder Metallurgy Property Database (GPMD).

The EPMA has added links for PM users to take part in its industry trend surveys for 2021.

The EPMA has made available a course covering the use of nickel as feedstock for producing AM parts.

EPMA reports that its EuroHIP Sectoral Group has appointed Dr Ing Anke Kaletsch of RWTH Aachen University as its new chair.

Quintus Technologies has published a new whitepaper about how to improve 3D printed titanium alloy parts through hot isostatic pressing.

Inprotec Ltd manager Chris Oldroyd has been appointed to the board of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) mining technology division.

The MPIF says that PowderMet2021 will now take place both in person, in Orlando, Florida, and online, at the event website.

Element Materials Technology (Element) has upgraded its laboratory to feature full scope powder characterization services for additive manufacturing (AM).

The MPIF has announced the recipients of its 2021 Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy (PM) Award.

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The MPIF has published the program for MIM2021, taking place virtually from 22‐25 February 2021.

The MPIF has scheduled its next PM machinability seminar to take place from 19-22 April 2021 online.

GE Additive and the University of Sydney have formed a five-year agreement to improve Australia’s additive manufacturing (AM) capabilities.

Lockheed Martin Corporation has agreed to acquire aerospace and defense rocket engine manufacturer Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings.

Mohawk College and the University of Guelph in Canada have partnered to develop a ductile iron powder mix for additive manufacturing (AM).

SLM Solutions says that its NXG XII 600 metal 3D printer can be used to manufacture parts for powertrain applications.

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