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Powder applications news, May 2017

PM provider Höganäs plans to attend global thermal spray conference ITSC 2017.

Miba chairman honored by Vienna University

Peter Mitterbauer, the chairman of the board of management at Miba, has been named as an honorary doctor at the Vienna University of Technology.

The US Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO) has organized a workshop on the dynamics of powder spreading for metal additive manufacturing (AM).

LPW Technology, a supplier of metal powders and software for AM, is showcasing its metal powder hopper, PowderTrace at Rapid.Tech.

South America became the biggest molybdenum producing area in 2016 with 178.5 million lbs, a 14% increase on the total for 2015.

Sandvik’s Wilhelm Haglund Medal has been awarded for the development of materials that can cope with extreme temperatures.

The Ulf Engström Award 2017 has been awarded to Bo Hu, who works with Höganäs product development in North America.

MIba AG is to acquire 100% of Mahle Metal Leve Miba Sinterizados (MMLMS).

Bodycote’s hot isostatic pressing (HIP) facility in Washington, USA, has earned the highest level of Nadcap accreditation following a recent audit.

Attendee lists for POWDERMET2017 and AMPM2017, taking place in June in Las Vegas, are now available.

Sandvik Osprey Ltd has formed a relationship with Desktop Metal to be a preferred supplier of a range of its alloy powders.

Tessa F Stillman has been presented with the Distinguished Service Award from the ASTM International Committee on Metal Powders and Metal Powder Products.

The MPIF has announced its intention to form a trade association for the metal additive manufacturing (AM) industry.

Additive manufacturing (AM) specialist the FIT Group has opened its German headquarters and new manufacturing facility.

Renishaw will showcase 3D printed metal parts at the Dental Technology Showcase (DTS).

Drive specialist Maxon Motor is expanding its headquarters in Switzerland.

Registration has opened for the Basic Powder Metallurgy (PM) Short Course.

Desktop Metal has developed metal 3D printing systems which it says are 10 times less expensive than existing technology.

Ultrathin superconducting film from woven nanowires.

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