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Atomising Systems Ltd has announced investment of over £2 million with a move to a 3,300 m2 facility and the addition of a new 750 kg water atomiser. The company, based in Sheffield, UK, has increased powder production capacity from around 300 t/year of gas atomised powder by adding the new water atomiser with a capacity of 20-30 t/week, equivalent to 1,000-1,500 t/yr..Click for more
Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) has launched a new research programme to develop a number of critical technologies to help grow the countries industrial Additive Manufacturing (AM) sector....Click for more
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The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) has elected Richard Pfingstler, Atlas Pressed Metals, Pennsylvania, USA, as its new President... Full story
Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) has launched a new research programme to develop a number of critical techno... Full story
Malvern Instruments has recently released an article detailing the use of laser diffraction particle size analysis for Powder Metallurgy applicatio... Full story
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The PowderMet2013 International Conference on Powder Metallurgy and Particulate Materials was held in Chicago, USA, from June 24-27. Organised by t... Full story
The 18th Plansee Seminar organised by the Plansee Group was held in Reutte, Austria from the June 3-7 2013 and attracted more than 500 internationa... Full story
A session titled “Technologies for PM Growth” took place during a Special Interest Program at PowderMet 2013, Chicago, June 24-27. Duri... Full story
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