AM Powders

  • Aluminum and aluminum alloys are considered the most interesting materials for the next phase of AM growth into large batch and serial production applications. This is due primarily to aluminum’s excellent mechanical properties and low price when compared to similarly lightweight metals such as titanium. However, this vision, while in…

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  • Leading Chinese PBF hardware manufacturer Farsoon completed the first phase of its Advanced Material Factory project after 20 months of intensive construction. The new factory started its very first production run of Farsoon plastic powder bed fusion material at the beginning of Jan 2023. As a dedicated site for increased…

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  • IperionX wins $500,000 US Air Force contract. The company is now eligible to produce titanium metal powders for the AFRL.

    IperionX has been announced as the winner of the US Department of Defense’s National Security Innovation Network (NSIN) Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Grand Challenge contract. As a result, IperionX will be eligible to produce titanium metal powders from scrap materials and rejuvenate used or out-of-specification titanium powder for the…

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  • Globe Metal recycles hazardous AM waste. Offering a significantly more affordable and environmentally-friendly option for AM waste disposal.

    Globe Metal, a Canadian company that has been servicing traditional industrial manufacturing accounts for over 40 years, has introduced an additive manufacturing waste recycling service – helping reduce the environmental and financial impact of hazardous waste generated from the AM industry. With the relatively recent shift from conventional metal manufacturing…

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  • UniFuse 316L stainless steel power released by Uniformity Labs - delivering improved mechanical properties at much higher throughput for LPBF

    Engineered materials company Uniformity Labs has made its UniFuse 316L ultra-low porosity stainless steel powder available to the market. This high throughput feedstock exhibits best-in-class material properties, and the UniFuse 316L powder and optimized print processes have been used to create various parts in various industries with great success. Developed…

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  • Aiming to improve the performance and productivity of metal additive manufacturing, Morf3D Inc. and Equispheres Inc. are collaborating to qualify Equispheres’ high-performance aluminum powders and to develop new applications which will result in further performance improvements based on current expectations. Headquartered in California, Morf3D specializes in the optimization of technology…

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  • Equispheres

    Equispheres Inc. has developed a non-explosible aluminum alloy feedstock for additive manufacturing that reduces the hazards associated with day-to-day handling of materials for 3D printing.  Identified as NExP-1, the new material is specifically designed for production printing of aluminum parts. It maintains the ability to produce high-quality prints at high…

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  • The near $1M DLA award will support 6K’s capability to reclaim nickel superalloy scrap components for conversion into aerospace grade AM powders

    6K Additive, a division of 6K, a player in the sustainable production of engineered materials for additive manufacturing and lithium-ion batteries announced the availability of ultra-low oxygen titanium 64 with parts per million range of 500 – 700. 6K Additive’s ability to deliver titanium at these low oxygen levels at production scale greatly surpasses…

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  • EOS to introduce two new polymer materials at Formnext. As well as present Fine Detail Resolution (FDR) for the FORMIGA P 110 polymer system.

    At Formnext 2022, EOS will introduce a climate-neutral PA 1101 and carbon-reduced PA 2200 polymer material, as well as present Fine Detail Resolution (FDR) for the FORMIGA P 110 polymer system. “When it comes to responsible manufacturing, we currently evaluate the climate impact of every aspect of industrial 3D printing…

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  • Christian Alvarez appointed as the new CRO of Stratasys, where he will report to Statasys' CEO, Dr. Yoav Zeif.

    Stratasys has validated 13 new materials for the Fortus 450mc 3D printer, as well as SAF PA12 powder from the company’s new materials partner, ALM, for the H350 3D printer, which is powered by SAF technology. The OpenAM software, including an open material license, is also now available for the…

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