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Powder applications news, September 2017

British car manufacturing fell in August as domestic and overseas demand for production declined, according to figures released today by the SMMT.

Renishaw 3D prints watch parts

UK additive manufacturing (AM) company Renishaw has worked with Holthinrichs Watches to 3D print parts for the company’s limited-edition watches.

Morris Group Inc, a CNC machine tool distributer in North America, has been selected by Desktop Metal to supply its metal 3D printing systems in the US.

RJ Lee Group, an industrial forensics analytical laboratory, has established a lab at Penn State University.

According to the MPIF, the organization’s annual Basic Powder Metallurgy (PM) Short Course, held in August, received excellent feedback from attendees.

The EPMA has launched a survey related to the col-laboration needs of its members as part of its AM Motion project.

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A number of companies have taken part in a joint development project to 3D print the front-end structure of a VW Caddy automobile.

US-based Camber Spine Technologies says that it has received 510(k) clearance from the FDA to market a spinal implant.

John F Sweet has been elected the 29th president of the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF).

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The MPIF reports that judging for the 2018 Powder Metallurgy (PM) Design Excellence Awards was recently completed.


Applied Graphene Materials (AGM), which makes graphene materials, has worked with plastic composite manufacturers to help develop a supercar tailgate.


Valve maker Aidro Hydraulics and Fraunhofer Institute have won an Additive World Design award.


Carpenter Technology has acquired MB CalRAM LLC, which offers powder-bed fusion additive manufacturing (AM) metal printing services.

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