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Hyundai Motor Group in Korea has recently completed the construction of a 25,000 tonnes/year water atomisation plant near the Hyundai Steel complex in Dangjin, South Chungcheong, to produce Powder Metallurgy (PM) grades of pure iron powders. Hyundai Motors plans to use the iron powders for existing PM automotive components as well as for new applications in the next generation of automobiles being developed by the company........Click for more
AP&C Advanced Powders and Coatings Inc. (AP&C), based in Boisbriand, Canada, has announced that the company’s quality management (QM) system is now AS9100 certified. The company stated that with the new certification it is better positioned to service its aerospace customer base as they move from R&D to production of aircraft components with Additive Manufacturing and other PM processes...Click for more
Founded in 1888, Ruhstrat GmbH has a long tradition in high temperature furnaces. At the end of the 19th century, co-operation with Noble prize winner Prof Walter Nernst from the University of Göttingen resulted in the construction of the first resistance heated high-temperature furnace suitable for temperatures up to 3000°C. Since then, Ruhstrat has focused on customised solutions for advanced heat treatment of powdered materials and graphites...Click for more
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The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has presented its 2014 Distinguished Service Award to Jan Tengzelius. Tengzelius, who bega... Full story
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Industrial scale verification of warm die compaction combined with the Hoeganaes ancormax 225 lubricant system
The 2014 World Congress on Powder Metallurgy and Particulate Materials, organised by the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF), took place May 18-22 in Orlando, Florida, USA. In the latest of a series of reports highlighting key presentations at the event Dr David Whittaker reviews a paper by Cloyes Gear and Hoeganaes Corporation on the industrial scale use of the proprietary lubricant system AncorMax 225...Click for more
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The 2014 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS 2014) held at McCormick Place, Chicago, September 8-13, was reported to be one of the to... Full story
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