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Mass Manufacturing with HP’s Metal Jet

Earlier this week, tech giant HP, Inc., launched HP Metal Jet, their first metal additive manufacturing (AM) machine for the mass manufacturing of production-grade metal parts. Volkswagen will be among the first companies to receive functional metal parts for the automotive industry. HP claims the machine is up to 50 times more productive than other binder jet and selective laser melting AM methods.

POWDERMET2019 Call for Papers Announced

An official call for papers and posters has been announced for POWDERMET2019, International Conference on Powder Metallurgy & Particulate Materials, to be held June 23–26, 2019, in Phoenix, Arizona. This leading North American powder metallurgy (PM) conference will take place at the Sheraton Grand in the heart of the city.

AMPM2019 Issues Call for Papers

An official call for papers and posters has been announced for the conference AMPM2019, Additive Manufacturing with Powder Metallurgy, June 23–26, 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona. This leading North American metal additive manufacturing (AM) conference will take place in the heart of Phoenix in the Sheraton Grand. Manuscripts are required, and qualified manuscripts will be eligible for the Metal Additive Manufacturing Outstanding Technical Paper Award.

New MPIF Standard 35 Metal Injection Molding Materials Standards Released

The 2018 edition of Metal Powder Industries Federation’s (MPIF) Standard 35-MIM – Materials Standards for Metal Injection Molded Parts has been released. This standard is a must-have document and provides the design and materials engineer with the latest engineering property data and information available in order to specify materials for components made by the metal injection molding (MIM) process.

New Wear-Resistant Metal Alloy

Sandia Laboratories' materials science team has engineered a platinum-gold alloy which it says could be the most wear-resistant metal in the world. The alloy is reportedly 100 times more durable than high-strength steel, making it the first alloy in the same class as diamond and sapphire.

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