Alcoa Opens 3D Printing Metal Powder Plant

State-of-the-art, 3D printing metal powder production facility located at Alcoa’s Technology Center outside Pittsburgh, PA Alcoa will produce proprietary titanium, nickel and aluminum powders optimized for 3D printing aerospace parts Builds on more than a century of experience in metal alloy development and metal powder Read More »

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Alcoa to Supply 3D-Printed Metal Parts for Airbus Aircraft

Alcoa to supply 3D-printed titanium fuselage and engine pylon parts Agreement to leverage Alcoa’s comprehensive capabilities from advanced alloy development to finished part production Supply agreement draws on new technologies gained through RTI acquisition and organic expansions NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Lightweight metals leader Alcoa (NYSE:AA) Read More »

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Norsk Titanium and Alcoa Launch Joint 3D-Printing Technology and Industrial Cooperation Program

Collaboration Focused on Expanding Market Reach of Norsk Titanium’s Game-Changing Technology   NEW YORK – October 22, 2015 – Norsk Titanium AS (NTi), a global 3D-printing technology leader, announced today that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with lightweight metals leader Alcoa to launch Read More »

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Alcoa Expands R&D Center to Deepen Additive Manufacturing Capabilities

Investment to Capture Growing Demand for Complex, High-Performance Parts for Aerospace and Beyond $60 million expansion to include state-of-the-art additive manufacturing center focused on feedstock materials, processes, product design and qualification Investment advances development of proprietary metal powders engineered specifically for 3D printing Company unveils Read More »

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Alcoa Invests in Aerospace Technology in Michigan to Capture Demand for Bestselling Jet Engine Parts

Will Increase Capacity to Make Larger, High-Quality Titanium, Nickel and 3D-Printed Components Alcoa investing $22 million in Michigan for latest Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) technology, which strengthens the metallic structure of titanium, nickel and 3D-printed jet engine parts Alcoa’s newest and largest HIP production system Read More »

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