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Powder applications news, February 2018

TWI and partners are focusing on a new project to investigate the use of PM for space applications.

The Metal Powder Industries Federation’s Industry Development Board has released another video in a four-part educational series on powder metallurgy.

Boeing and engineering company Oerlikon have signed an agreement to develop standard materials and processes for metal-based AM.

The programs for AMPM2018 and PowderMet2018 are now available online.

Sandvik plans to invest around SEK 200 million in a new plant which will make titanium and nickel fine metal powders.

Russian nuclear fuel supplier TVEL Fuel Company of Rosatom has formed a subsidiary to help develop additive manufacturing (AM).

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) says that its Euro PM Congress & Exhibition has attracted a record number of abstracts.

Höganäs says that it has appointed Kennet Almkvist as senior vice president of commercial.

CECIMO and the European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) have signed an agreement to promote additive manufacturing (AM).

Blaine A Stebick, vice president of Phoenix Sintered Metals, has been appointed chair of the MPIF technical board, the organization reports.

Höganäs said that it has acquired 100% of Swiss tooling company Alvier PM-Technology.

APMI International has named the two recipients of its 2018 Fellow Award.

Chad Spore has been selected to receive the Vanguard Award from the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF).

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