A20X™ Cements Its Status as a Leading Aluminium Powder for Additive Manufacturing After Breaking the Critical 500 MPa UTS Mark

6th August 2019: A20X™, the aluminium alloy developed and patented by UK foundry specialist Aeromet International, has cemented its status one of the strongest aluminium additive manufacturing powders commercially available after surpassing the key 500 MPa UTS mark. As part of a recent research project Read More »

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Rolls-Royce Selects SLM Solutions’ SLM®500 Quad-Laser Machine for Next Stage Additive Manufacturing Industrialization

Lübeck, June 14, 2019. SLM®500 quad-laser machines have been selected by Rolls-Royce to help develop its Additive Layer Manufacturing capability. The machines will play an important role in helping Rolls-Royce in the competitive adoption of additive layer manufacturing for aerospace components. SLM Solutions focuses solely Read More »

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Aeromet Secure NATEP Backing for A20X™ Powder Development Project

  A group of innovative companies led by Aeromet International are pleased to have been awarded funding from the National Aerospace Technology Exploitation Programme (NATEP) to further develop the innovative A20X™ advanced aluminium powder for additive manufacturing (AM). As part of the High Strength Aluminium Read More »

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Renishaw Strengthens International Business Ties With India

  At the twelfth annual meeting of the UK-India Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO), Rhydian Pountney, Managing Director of Renishaw UK Sales Limited, chaired the Technological Collaboration, Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Working Group. Held at One Great George Street in Westminster, UK, the meeting Read More »

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Lloyd’s Register Launches New Global Certification Framework

Lloyd’s Register launches a new global certification framework to help manufacturers and end users of equipment and components achieve ‘best practice’ in additive manufacturing and a route to certification. Accelerating the use of certified products made by additive manufacturing (AM) techniques at a time of Read More »

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