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Improved Cleanliness and Safety of 3D Printed Parts

The National Research Council of Canada and AP&C, a GE Additive company, Canada, have developed a new way to test the quality of powders used in 3D printing, leading to stronger, cleaner, safer and more reliable 3D printed parts for aerospace and medical devices.

Nominations for MPIF Distinguished Service Award

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) is seeking nominations for the MPIF Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy Award. Candidates must have been active in one or more segments of the North American PM industry for at least 25 years and be reasonably well known in the industry outside of his or her own company, institution, or region.

Metal Powder Organizations Unveil Enhanced Websites

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF), APMI International, and the Center for Powder Metallurgy Technology (CPMT) have launched enhanced websites that provide additional benefits to its associations and members.

GE Additive Awards AM Machines to Universities

GE Additive has concluded the 2018/19 cycle of its Additive Education Program (AEP) by announcing five universities in Europe and the United States that will each receive a Concept Laser Mlab 200R machine. The direct metal laser melting (DMLM) additive manufacturing systems, worth more than $1.25 million in total, will be delivered in the first quarter of 2019.

GE Additive Launches Manufacturing Partner Network

GE Additive has launched a Manufacturing Partner Network (MPN). The MPN aims to create an open, competitive marketplace that will accelerate both supply and demand for additive manufacturing. The first three Manufacturing Partners (MPs) to join the network are Burloak Technologies, Carpenter Technology Corporation, and Proto Labs, Inc. MPs are additive production partners that will help customers make additive parts in volume.
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