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Powder applications news, August 2021

Aerojet Rocketdyne expands LA facility

Aerojet Rocketdyne has expanded its rocket facility in Los Angeles, USA, to produce space engines for NASA.

Metal AM company Holo has developed a 3D printer which can make finely detailed electrical components, jewelry, and medical and dental devices.

GE Aviation reports that its facility in North Carolina has shipped its 100,000th turbine shroud made from ceramic matrix composite (CMC) materials.

Tool design software specialist Tebis has launched a new version of its CAD/CAM software.

Croft Additive Manufacturing has developed a way to manufacture more effective filters using wire mesh and 3D printed metal powder.

The final program has been released for SpaceAM, taking place in Leicester, UK from 14-15 September 2021.

The MPIF has issued a call for papers for PowderMet2022 Powder Metallurgy and Particulate Materials Conference.

3D printing research company Elementum 3D has acquired cold spray metal additive manufacturing (AM) printing technology from Australia-based SPEE3D.

Metalysis says that it has successfully extracted oxygen from replicated moonrock (lunar regolith) containing aluminium, silicon, and oxygen.

By removing oxygen from polycrystalline tin selenide, researchers have produced the most efficient thermoelectric system on record.

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