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Breakthrough with 3D printed stainless steel

“Marine grade” stainless steel is valued for its performance under corrosive environments and for its high ductility — the ability to bend without breaking under stress — making it a preferred choice for oil pipelines, welding, kitchen utensils, chemical equipment, medical implants, engine parts and nuclear waste storage. However, conventional techniques for strengthening this class […]

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On December 8, 2017, posted in: Latest News by

Magnesium Powder And Alloys & Their Role In Metallurgy

Magnesium powder has been used in alloy development for automotive applications. Basically, the creep resistant alloys produced by permanent mould and high-pressure die casting routes have been used in these industries – where magnesium powder has been especially beneficial because of its recent compaction developments.

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On November 28, 2017, posted in: Latest News by

POWDERMET2018 submissions deadline extended

The deadline for the submission of abstracts for inclusion in the technical programme at POWDERMET2018 has been extended to November 28, 2017. Organised by the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF), POWDERMET2018, the International Conference on Powder Metallurgy and Particulate Materials, will take place June 17-20, 2018, in San Antonio, Texas, USA.

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On November 22, 2017, posted in: Latest News by

Metal Powder: Why Is It So Important?

If there is one powder that is among the most important in metallurgy, it has to be metal powder. Wondering why?

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On November 13, 2017, posted in: Latest News by

3D printing doubles the strength of stainless steel

3D printing has taken the world by storm, but it currently works best with plastic and porous steel—materials too weak for hard-core applications. Now, researchers have come up with a way to 3D print tough and flexible stainless steel, an advance that could lead to faster and cheaper ways to make everything from rocket engines […]

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On November 5, 2017, posted in: Latest News by

Boron Powder And Its Widespread Use Nowadays

Boron as a compound component has qualities of the two nonmetals and metals. This is the motivation behind why it is called metalloid too. Boron is to a great degree elusive in its unadulterated shape in nature in light of the fact that generally it is joined with different components, ordinarily with oxygen.

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On October 28, 2017, posted in: Latest News by

Proposed cobalt reclassification raises concerns for metal powder users

It is anticipated that the January 2017 proposal for the EU Harmonised Classification of cobalt metal as a carcinogen, mutagen and reproductive toxicant will have significant ramifications for the metal powder processing industries, including Powder Metallurgy, Additive Manufacturing and Metal Injection Moulding.

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On October 21, 2017, posted in: Latest News by

Molybdenum Powder How Is It Used In Metallurgy

In case you haven’t heard about it…

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On October 14, 2017, posted in: Latest News by

Glowing news for organic materials

Glow-in-the-dark paints that have improved flexibility and transparency while also being cheaper and easier to manufacture are on the horizon courtesy of new research from Kyushu University. In a groundbreaking demonstration, light emission lasting more than one hour was achieved from organic materials, which are also promising for unlocking new applications such as in bio-imaging.

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On October 4, 2017, posted in: Latest News by

Nickel Powder Why Is It One Of The Most Widespread Elements

There is no chance you haven’t heard about nickel – NI. Aside from its standard presence, the silvery-white shining metal also has a powdered form. Nickel powder is only one of the many powders that are essential in creating various alloys and an important metal that helps many structural components and industries.

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On September 25, 2017, posted in: Latest News by
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