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Powder applications news, July 2014

GKN Aerospace to research 3D printing in the UK

GKN Aerospace is to lead a consortium of UK companies in a £13.4 million programme focusing on the research and development of additive manufacturing (AM)

Sandvik reported order intake of SEK 21.2 billion in Q2 compared to SEK 20.7 billion in the same period of 2013 while invoiced sales were SEK 22.1 billion,

Miba Sinter USA, a subsidiary of the Austrian Miba group, has extended its facilities in Ohio, USA.

SKF has reported net sales of SEK 34,689 million in the year to date, compared to SEK 31,544 million in the same period of 2013. Operating profit was SEK 4

3D printing specialist Optomec has been awarded a major project from America Makes (the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute) to improve ad

THE MPIF is now accepting abstracts for PowderMet 2015, and the AMPM conference which runs concurrently.

GKN Sinter Metals’ facilities in Bonn and Radevormwald have won a quality award from a truck manufacturer.

Aerojet Rocketdyne says that it has successfully completed tests on a demonstration rocket engine built entirely with additive manufacturing (AM).

The MPIF has issued a call for papers for MIM2015, which takes place from 23-25 February in Tampa, Florida, USA.

Linear Mold & Engineering, a specialist in mould rapid tooling, has announced plans to expand its 24,000 ft2 headquarters in the US by 17,000 ft2.

Argos, a South American cement producer in Latin America, has chosen automotive giant SKF to provide a range of engineering products and services for its o

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