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Serial production of AM parts

Auto manufacturer DS Automobiles has used titanium additive manufacturing (AM) to develop new parts for its DS 3 Dark Side limited edition car.

Höganäs receives approval for water treatment technology

Höganäs says that is has received conditional approval by the California Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its Cleanit LC technology.

Desktop Metal says that metal parts made using its Studio System 3D printer have been used in the recent SawBlaze robot.

3D Systems has launched two new 3D printers for metal additive manufacturing (AM).

Powder producer PyroGenesis Canada has developed a smaller version of its Drosrite system for metal recovery, designed for small facilities.

The MPIF has announced the winners of the 2018 Powder Metallurgy (PM) Design Excellence Awards competition.

GKN has reportedly developed a small soft magnetic composite (SMC)-based e-pump for a potential application in electric race cars.

Porsche Engineering is making use of a PM product to make components for the company’s e-drive powertrains.

GKN says that it has developed a demonstrator system of its hydrogen storage system for residential homes using metal hydride powder.

3D printing company Renishaw has worked with a Swedish based mining company to develop a new down-the-hole (DTH) hammer using AM.

Olympus has launched a new microscope for the observation and inspection of metal components.

Hardide Coatings says that its tungsten carbide coating was used to coat a range of deflector plates for Royal Mail sorting machines in the UK.

3D printing company EOS has developed StainlessSteel 17-4PH IndustryLine, an iron-based metal alloy powder for use in its EOS M 290 metal 3D printer.

Engineers at Monash University in Australia have test fired a rocket designed and printed using 3D printing technology.

Carpenter Technology has introduced Cartech Puris 5+, which it says is the market’s first high-strength, low-oxygen titanium powder.

Aluminum specialist Eck Industries has signed a licence for the commercialization of a cerium-aluminum (Ce-Al) alloy.

The Wallwork Group is developing a new technology to remove the rough and irregular finish that can occur on AM metal components.

Concept Laser says that it is 3D printing spare parts for beverage filling plants in Germany.

ASCO Sintering Co reports that full volume production of new sintered components for gear shifting has now begin.

Simufact Engineering has launched Simufact Additive software for the simulation of metal additive manufacturing processes.

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