Jane Hardwicke

SpaceAM 2022 call for papers

The organizers of SpaceAM have issued a call for papers for the conference, which covers advanced materials in space technology.

Partnership focuses on maritime AM

Singapore Polytechnic and MolyWorks Materials Corporation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to develop metal additive manufacturing (AM) and metal recycling for the maritime and offshore...

Markforged acquires Teton Simulation

Markforged has acquired Teton Simulation Software, based in Wyoming, USA, which makes 3D printing parameter software.

New US atomization plant

Ultra Fine Specialty Products, a Novamet company, says that its manufacturing site in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, USA has installed capabilities to produce pilot quantities of gas atomized powders.

Höganäs' 2021 sustainability report

PM specialist Höganäs has published its sustainability report for 2021.

Auto consultancy appoints new MD

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has appointed Richard Sadler as the new MD of its automotive consultancy company Industry Forum.

JV to expand AM in Saudi Arabia

3D Systems and Saudi Arabian investment firm Dussur have signed an agreement intended to expand the use of additive manufacturing (AM) in Saudi Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa.

Keystone merges with Engineered Sintered Components Company

Keystone Powdered Metal Company (KPMC) and Engineered Sintered Components Company (ESC), both affiliates of Sumitomo Electric Industries (SEI), plan to merge.

Powder coated bearings for world’s longest suspension bridge

SKF has supplied bearings for what it says is the the world’s longest suspension bridge, which recently opened in Turkey.

MPIF’s March seminars

The MPIF has released information about the online presentations it will be running in March 2022.

Guidelines for stainless steels

Sandvik has published a report covering the corrosion mechanisms and properties of 3D printed stainless steels.

Zortrax withdraws from negotiations with Rusatom

Polish additive manufacturing (AM) company Zortrax SA says that it has decided to withdraw from further negotiations with 3D printing specialist Rusatom Additive Technologies (RusAT), a part of...