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Powder applications news, July 2018

Hardide Coatings receives aerospace certification

Hardmetal coating technology company Hardide Coatings is now certified to coat aerospace, defence and space industry components in the USA.

Senvol, which provides information on additive manufacturing (AM) recently announced that it has joined the US National Armaments Consortium (NAC).

The UK auto industry will continue to invest in technologies and products focused on zero emission transport, according to the SMMT .

The MPIF says that attendees at its Basic PM Short Course will be able to undertake a tour of an additive manufacturing (AM) facility tour.

America Makes says that it will invest in additive manufacturing (AM) post-processing techniques (AAPT).

GKN says that its planetary reaction carrier won the Grand Prize award in the automotive transmission category from the MPIF.

SGL Carbon says that it has developed full size TF6 and PV15 bipolar plates (BPP) made of a graphite/fluoropolymer composite material.

SGL Carbon, which makes carbon fiber and other materials, says that it has increased its capacities to make synthetic graphite anode material.

The University of Pittsburgh in the US has received a US$1 million award to develop nuclear plant components using additive manufacturing (AM).

The Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders (SMMT) reports that British engine manufacturing rose again in May up 5.1% to 242,391 units.

The MPIF has honored Tessa Stillman, senior manager, standards and technical services, MPIF, with its Distinguished Service to PM Award.

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