TNSC and LPW Announce Strategic Alliance for AM Metal Powder

  Runcorn, UK, 14 June 2017: Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation and LPW Technology Ltd, today announced a strategic alliance to drive the adoption of AM into the production environment. Taiyo Nippon Sanso is one of the world’s largest suppliers of industrial, specialty, and electronic gases. Read More »

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LPW Releases Latest Laboratory Services Datasheet: Quantitative Shape Analysis of Metal Powder Samples by Morphology

  25 May, 2017: Runcorn, UK: LPW Technology Ltd, the market leader in the development, processing and supply of high quality metal powders and software solutions for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, has examined the role of morphology in metal powder characterisation in its latest Read More »

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Karl Fischer Titration Testing Launches LPW’s Laboratory Services Datasheets

  05 April 2017: Runcorn, UK: The first of an informative new series of laboratory services datasheets has been released by LPW Technology Ltd, the market leader in the development, processing and supply of high quality metal powders and solutions for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) Read More »

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LPW Technology Ltd – Metal AM Company Ranks in Top National Export League

  27 February 2017: Runcorn, UK: LPW Technology Ltd, the market leader in the development, processing and supply of high quality metal powders for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, is celebrating its debut in the Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100. The league table ranks Read More »

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LPW’s US Operation Achieves AS 9120A

  11 January, 2017: Runcorn, UK: LPW Technology, the market leader in the development, processing and supply of high quality metal powders for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, continues to extend its quality assurance standards.  LPW Technology, Inc., the company’s US operation located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Read More »

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GE Reports-This Electron Gun Builds Jet Engines

  Engineers at the Italian aerospace company Avio have developed a breakthrough process for 3D printing light-weight metal blades for jet engine turbines. The method builds the blades from a titanium powder fused with a beam of electrons accelerated by a 3-kilowatt electron gun. The Read More »

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ORNL-Group Shows How It’s Done, One Layer at a Time

by ORNL, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Things have come a long way since the mid-1980s when 3D Systems cofounder Chuck Hull worked out the technology to print objects in three dimensions, one very thin layer at a time. Hull called his new technology “stereolithography.” In Read More »

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