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News

H.C. Starck launches metal powders for 3D printing
http://www.materialstoday.com/additive-manufacturing/news/hc-starck-launches-metal-powders-for-3d-printing/

German metal powder producer H.C. Starck has introduced the Amperprint range, consisting of gas atomized metal powders specifically designed for additive manufacturing (AM).

The company already makes gas atomized Ampersint metal powders for a variety of powder metallurgical processes such as hot isostatic pressing (HIP) or metal injection molding (MIM).

The Amperprint nickel, cobalt and iron based powders will be available in all major standard compositions as well as customized solutions.

H.C. Starck says that it has also improved its logistic processes and fixed on a broad selection of standard alloys which will be kept in stock from Q4 2017 onwards, and has launched a new website dedicated to AM which can be found here.

This story is reprinted from material from H.C. Starckwith editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.


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Materials Awards

Elsevier awards researchers and research organizations throughout the world who have been credited with outstanding achievements and are making a significant contribution to the advancement of their field, thereby having a positive influence on our society.

The prizes are a tribute to the men and women who have contributed to the progress of humanity through their dedication to science. Serving as a source of inspiration, the awards help raise the profile of talented individuals and the organizations, in addition to the profession as a whole.

Elsevier is proud to support the following awards in materials science:

Energy Storage Materials Lecture Award – Energy Storage Materials
Acta Gold Medal Awards in Material Science - Acta Materialia
Acta Gold Medal Awards in Material Science – Acta BiomaterialiaMaterials Today Cover Competition Materials Science and Engineering C: Young Researcher Award – Materials Science and Engineering: C
Carbon Journal Prize – Carbon
Young Scholar Prize – Diamond and Related Materials
John H. Dillon Medal – Polymer
Feng Xinde Polymer Prize for Best Chinese Paper – Polymer Materials Science and Engineering: A Journal Prize – Materials Science and Engineering: A
Nano Today Cover Competition: Nano Today Biomaterials: A Year in Images – Biomaterials
Robert Cahn Award – Journal of Nuclear Materials
Nano Today Award – Nano Today
Hermen F. Mark Award – Polymer
Hermen Mark Scholar Awards - Polymer

Events

The 6th AnnualĀ Global Automotive Lightweight Materials Detroit Congress

GALM Detroit is the largest and most respected automotive lightweighting conference in the world – annually gathering 500+ leading automotive experts specialising in vehicle weight reduction.

GM, Ford, FCA, Toyota, Honda, Hyundai, BMW, Daimler, Volkswagen, Tesla, Aston Martin, Jaguar Land Rover, John Deere and more are just some of the major OEMs that consider this event to be the leading source for knowledge exchange, networking and new technology sourcing.

Home to the North American International Auto Show, Cobo Center, in Detroit, Michigan will be hosting GALM community for the 2nd consecutive year.

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Article Selection: Materials Science in China
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