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Powder applications news, March 2021

US Army funding to improve 3D printing with AI

Clemson University has received US$11 million funding from the US Army to 3D print components for ground vehicles, air platforms and munitions.

The EPMA says that it is now welcoming entries to its PM thesis competition.

Atomising Systems (ASL) has invested £150,000 to install an inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) system in its lab.

Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze will be exhibiting at MRO Americas, taking place from 27-29 April 2021 in Orlando, Florida.

A new company has been formed in the UK to help transition vehicle internal combustion engines to hybrid, full battery electric, and fuel-cell power.

Researchers have developed a novel cerium molybdate material that exhibits high antiviral activity against the coronavirus that causes covid-19.

The Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders (SMMT) reports that UK engine manufacturing output declined by 29.3% in January with 168,291 units built.

APMI International has named Cynthia Freeby, regional sales manager at Ametek Specialty Metal Products, as its 2021 fellow.

The MPIF has published details of a seminar called ‘Powder Processing: Quality, Handling & Safety for Performance’ as part of PowderMet 2021.

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