AM Powders

  • It’s no longer about the fastest or most luxurious car. Citroën and BASF have unveiled an all-electric concept car oli [all-ë], as a manifesto on how much can be saved by reducing weight and resource usage. “This concept car shows what can be achieved when partners trust one another and…

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  • Martian rock-metal composite could enable 3D printing on Mars. WSU researchers have printed Martian regolith mixed with a titanium alloy.

    A small amount of simulated crushed Martian rock, mixed with a titanium alloy, has been used to make a strong, high-performance material that could one day be used to 3D print tools or rocket parts on Mars. The parts were made by Washington State University (WSU) researchers with as little…

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  • IperionX to open first 100% recycled titanium metal powder facility. Virginia’s first titanium demonstration facility in Halifax County.

    The US Department of Energy (DOE) has approved a technical collaboration between IperionX and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to advance the application of low-cost alloys utilizing spherical titanium powders produced through IperionX’s technologies. The User Agreement has been executed to advance work between the two companies at the DOE’s…

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  • Hitachi ADMUSTER is now offering metal AM powders, and development. High-strength to high-melting points, to highly corrosion-resistant

    Hitachi Metal has extended its service offering, under Hitachi ‘ADMUSTER’, to include the development of metal AM powders with a wide spectrum of properties – ranging from high-strength to high-melting point, and including highly corrosion-resistant materials for chemical plants and semiconductor fields. Hitachi’s main metal powders for AM include corrosion-resistant…

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  • TRUMPF qualifies Equispheres AlSi10Mg powders. Confirming a 33% faster build rate on the TruPrint system than standard aluminum powder.

    High-technology company TRUMPF has qualified Equispheres AlSi10Mg powders for its TruPrint 3000 series of 3D printing systems. The qualification process confirmed that Equispheres’ advanced aluminum materials could achieve up to a 33% faster build rate on the TruPrint system than standard aluminum powder. TRUMPF will release two parameter sets for…

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  • 100kg of Titanium powder ordered from PyroGenesis. Under a mutually exclusive partnership agreement with Aubert & Duval.

    PyroGenesis Canada Inc., a high-tech company that designs, develops, manufactures, and commercializes advanced plasma processes, high-quality plasma atomized metal powder for 3D printing, and sustainable solutions which are geared to reduce greenhouse gases, has received and completed a significant commercial order for 100kgs worth of Titanium powders under its mutually…

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  • AddUp Solutions and Uniformity Labs to collaborate. On Ti64 Grade 23 titanium alloy production using the FormUp350 L-PBF printer platform.

    Engineered materials company Uniformity Labs (Uniformity) has made available its titanium alloy Ti-6Al-4V (Ti64) powder for laser powder bed fusion. Developed by an in-house team of world-leading materials scientists and 3D printing innovators, Uniformity Labs’ Ti64 Grade 23 exhibits best-in-class mechanical performance, surface roughness, and uniformity across the build bed,…

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  • 6K Additive, a division of 6K and a leader in the production of sustainable advanced materials for additive manufacturing and energy storage, is collaborating with Space Coast-based aerospace AM specialist Morf3D, to qualify metal powders for additive (mass) production. Through this partnership, 6K Additive’s metal powders will be approved for…

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  • Kennametal added to GE Additive's Beta Partner Program. Advancing Binder Jet printing capabilities in cemented tungsten carbide.

    GE Additive has added industrial technology leader, Kennametal Inc., as is the latest member of its Beta Partner Program. As part of the GE Additive Program, Kennametal will further advance its Binder Jet printing capabilities in cemented tungsten carbide as it continues to scale its end-to-end metal additive manufacturing solutions,…

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  • AddUp Solutions and Uniformity Labs to collaborate. On Ti64 Grade 23 titanium alloy production using the FormUp350 L-PBF printer platform.

    Global metal additive manufacturing OEM, AddUp Solutions, and engineered materials company, Uniformity Labs are working together to maximize the productivity of Uniformity’s Ti64 Grade 23 titanium alloy using the AddUp FormUp350 laser powder bed fusion printer. This partnership aims to target regulated healthcare and aerospace production using metal additive manufacturing…

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