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Powder applications news, October 2018

Alloy company Carpenter Technology says that it has acquired LPW Technology Ltd.

GKN Aerospace opens aero repair facility

GKN Aerospace has officially opened its repair and research facility for aero-engine systems in Johor, Malaysia.

The National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM) in the US says that it has added six new partners.

Chinese graphene company the Sixth Element Materials Technology says that it has received a major order from telecommunications company Huawai.

Materials company Haydale has been awarded a contract to develop ‘wearable technology’ for athletes in training for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The Advanced Engineering Show, taking place in Birmingham, UK, has announced several keynote speakers for its six zones.

GKN Aerospace has received a supplier award from Spirit AeroSystems.

The MPIF says that its recent Powder Metallurgy (PM) Sintering Seminar attracted over 65 attendees with a variety of backgrounds and experience levels.

Steel powder specialist NanoSteel has reportedly spun out its additive manufacturing (AM) business unit into a new corporation.

A paper presented by Alex Wartenberg, Sierra Mirtes, Chris Schade and Sarah Ackermann has won the 2018 Howard I Sanderow Outstanding Technical Paper Award.

A new sodium powder allows the formation of a solid electrolyte interface that doesn't build up to consume sodium ions in a sodium-ion battery.

Metal powder specialist Höganäs says that artist Emille de Blanche has recently completed two major sculptures using its high alloy powder.

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