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  • Mumbai Powder Injection Moulding Workshop Draws Interest
    Posted by Reg Tucker • 09 October 2013
    BY PROF. SUNDAR V. ATRE  On August 24, the Powder Metallurgy Association of India, PMAI, organized the Powder Injection Moulding Workshop in Mumbai. The workshop, developed for both new and prosp...
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  • Metal Powder Report expands editorial team
    Posted by Reg Tucker • 09 October 2013
    In keeping with the recent ­addition of new departments and sections to Metal Powder Report (and metal-powder.net), we have likewise expanded the editorial staff in support of our stated growth in...
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  • Urban mining – the new watchword for sourcing rare earth metals?
    Posted by Liz Nickels • 04 July 2013
    Recycling metals from scrap – otherwise known as Urban Mining -  is a growing market. In the US, according to the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) Scrap Yearbook 2012, in 2011...
    tags: urban mining, rare earths, SEC ruling, recycling
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  • Lunch with 'Linde'
    Posted by Reg Tucker • 21 May 2013
    The Linde Group — in conjunction with the German American Chamber of Commerce — recently held its first-ever “Media Day” at its North American National Operations Center in Ste...
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  • Automotive OEMs Are Riding the 'Wave'
    Posted by Reg Tucker • 02 February 2013
    Coming off a year which saw a rally in both automotive production and sales – mostly evident in the US and China – it’s not surprising to see that momentum course through the entire ...
    tags: automotive parts suppliers,  OEMs,  powertrain,  engine components
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    Aerospace company Airbus Defence and Space made use of EOS’ additive manufacturing (AM) technology for the production of satellite parts.
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    Gilles L’Espérance has put his long-standing love of metallurgy and electron microscopy to good use developing new materials for real applications. As he tells Cordelia Sealy, powder metallurgy has all the necessary attributes to contribute to the development of new materials and processes enabling the use of less or alternative fuels, and products that are lighter and more energy efficient.
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    Consulting Editor Kenneth J A Brookes reports from the Farnborough International Airshow 2014 on the Powder Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing on show.
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  • Using AM for gas turbine repair Using AM for gas turbine repair
    Swedish-based Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery AB makes gas turbines for power generation in industrial and oil and gas applications. To help reduce maintenance costs, Siemens is developing additive manufacturing (AM) technology that can be used in repairing existing turbine components.
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