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Powder applications news, March 2018

Arcast has developed a new inert gas atomizer which it says will help process a number of metal alloy systems all from a single atomizer platform.

The European Additive Manufacturing Group twitter page (@EuroAM) has been generating plenty of interest in its first month of activity.

A novel 3D printing technology can produce metallic glasses, such as an amorphous iron alloy, at larger scales than previously possible.

Höganäs says that it will be showing its range of powder metal products for powertrain applications at the International Vienna Motor Symposium.

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

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

The programs for POWDERMET2018 and AMPM2018 have been published online.

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

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

Fraunhofer has developed an inline system for testing, qualifying and adjusting the focused powder jet of the nozzles of laser metal deposition machines.

Höganäs has confirmed that it has purchased H.C. Starck’s Surface Technology & Ceramic Powders (STC) division.

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