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 Releases New Metal AM Case Study

LPW Technology Ltd, the market leader in the development, processing and supply of high quality metal powders for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, has added a new case study to its ever-growing suite of technical materials. The case study, ‘Testing powder for optimal processing window’, Read More »

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Metal AM Company Wins Import/Export Accolade in Europe’s Largest Business Competition

  LPW Technology Ltd, the market leader in the development and supply of the highest quality metal powders and software solutions for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, has been named as one of just ten prestigious Ruban d’Honneur recipients for The Import/Export Award in the Read More »

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LPW Chairs Advisory Board of National Manufacturing Hub for Advanced Powder Processes

  1st February, 2017: Runcorn, UK: The founder of 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, will have a key role on the Industrial Advisory Board of Read More »

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QuesTek Wins Six SBIR/STTR Awards to Optimize Legacy Alloys and Design New Alloys Tailored for Additive Manufacturing

  EVANSTON, IL, January 10, 2017 – QuesTek Innovations, LLC was recently awarded six separate projects from the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army to develop technologies and design new alloys specifically tailored to the unique processing conditions and material-related challenges of Additive Manufacturing (AM). These 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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LPW shares AM expertise at Daresbury Campus Technology Hub

  30th November, 2016: Runcorn, UK: LPW Technology Ltd’s Technical Director Andy Florentine, BTech(Hons), MIET, delivered an insightful presentation at the influential Campus Technology Hub Showcase at Daresbury Laboratory on 29th November. Andy drew on his extensive experience with LPW, the market leader in the development, processing Read More »

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Wolfmet Tungsten Alloys Announces New 3D Additive Manufacturing Capability

Selective Laser Melting enhances service offering to nuclear imaging sector, resulting in more accurate and effective tungsten collimators Wolfmet Tungsten Alloys (Wolfmet) today announced the launch of its new Selective Laser Melting (SLM) capability (patent pending). SLM will enable the company to produce pure tungsten Read More »

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Aerojet Rocketdyne Hot-Fire Tests Additive Manufactured Components for the AR1 Engine to Maintain 2019 Delivery

  SACRAMENTO, Calif., March 16, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Aerojet Rocketdyne, a GenCorp (NYSE:GY) company, has recently completed a successful series of hot-fire tests of key additively manufactured components for its AR1 booster engine at its Sacramento test facility.The testing of the main injector elements Read More »

Aerojet Rocketdyne recently conducted hot-fire testing of a multi-element preburner injector for the AR1 rocket engine. A similar multi-element injector built using additive manufacturing will be hot-fire tested this spring. (Photo courtesy of Aerojet Rocketdyne)

NASA-Sparks Fly as NASA Pushes the Limits of 3-D Printing Technology

  NASA has successfully tested the most complex rocket engine parts ever designed by the agency and printed with additive manufacturing, or 3-D printing, on a test stand at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. NASA engineers pushed the limits of technology by Read More »

Engineers just completed hot-fire testing with two 3-D printed rocket injectors. Certain features of the rocket components were designed to increase rocket engine performance. The injector mixed liquid oxygen and gaseous hydrogen together, which combusted at temperatures over 6,000 degrees Fahrenheit, producing more than 20,000 pounds of thrust. Image Credit: NASA photo/David Olive