AM Powders

  • Carpenter Additive launch

    Carpenter Technology, a leader in high-performance specialty alloys, today announced the launch of its new Carpenter Additive business unit. The new division will reinforce and build upon Carpenter’s existing position as a powder metals supplier to the additive manufacturing industry. The newly formed Carpenter Additive will serve the entire additive…

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  • PyroGenesis Additive spin-off

    PyroGenesis Canada Inc., a company specializing in the production of plasma atomized metal powder, plasma waste-to-energy systems and plasma torch products, has announced the establishment of a new spin-off focused on additive manufacturing powders. The spin-off, dubbed PyroGenesis Additive, was recently approved by the Montreal-based company’s Board of Directors. It…

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  • AP&C Quebec expansion

    AP&C Advanced Powders & Coatings, a GE Additive-owned manufacturer of metal powders for additive manufacturing, has announced it will be expanding its operations in the Greater Montreal area. As part of the expansion, the Canadian company will increase its production capacity and support the integration of Industry 4.0 technologies. The…

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  • HRL Laboratories Aluminum Association

    Research center HRL Laboratories has announced the commercialization of its 3D printed high-strength aluminum. The aluminum material has also received the first ever registration of an additive alloy from the Aluminum Association, which oversees alloy registration and product standards throughout industry. HRL Laboratories’ high-strength aluminum powder has been granted registration…

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  • At the Automate 2019 fair in Chicago, metal powder specialist Heraeus presented a world record additive manufactured gear wheel made of amorphous metals (also known as metallic glass or glassy metal). The gear wheel was 3D printed in a standard SLM system with material from Heraeus. With this world premiere, Heraeus is…

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  • DSM PBT powder SLS

    At the AMUG conference in Chicago next week, Dutch global sciences company Royal DSM will present a beta version of its new PBT powder product for 3D printing. The material marks the company’s first powder-based material for the additive manufacturing industry. Up until now, Royal DSM’s 3D printing portfolio has…

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  • Huddersfield EBAM research

    Innovate UK is helping to fuel innovation in Britain’s additive manufacturing sector, from automated AM software to industrial 3D printing standards. Recently, we heard about a particularly exciting project that has received £2.25 million in backing from the government agency. The project in question, The joint project seeks to use particle…

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  • U.S. Army steel alloy 3D printing

    Researchers from the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Army Research Laboratory have adapted a specialized steel alloy for Powder Bed Fusion 3D printing. The new material, along with specific process parameters, can produce parts that are roughly 50% stronger than commercially available materials. Within a military context, additive manufacturing…

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  • Evonik has developed a new polymer powder for applications in higher temperature range as part of its polyamide 6 series. The product further expands Evonik’s portfolio of high-performance materials for powder-based 3D printing technologies. Evonik’s new polyamide powder features high mechanical strength as well as excellent chemical and temperature resistance.…

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  • Elementum 3D interview

    Achieving high quality, industrial prints is not just up to the 3D printer hardware in question. As all in the industry know, software and, perhaps most crucially, materials play a vital role in the AM process. In fact, the development of 3D printable industrial polymers, metals and other material groups…

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