NanoSteel Featured in Design News for Additive Manufacturing
- August 10, 2016
Powder Metals Expand to Include Additive Manufacturing, by Ann Thryft
New processes are broadening the available techniques for creating and using powder metals. The result is a wider range of better-performing, and sometimes less costly, materials serving more applications. One of the biggest influences on powder metals is the rise of additive manufacturing (AM).
Traditionally, metal powders have been used to fabricate parts used in many different applications. These have been produced with several standard processes, including press-and-sinter, metal injection molding (MIM), and hot isostatic processing (HIP), said Harald Lemke, general manager and vice president of powder metallurgy, for NanoSteel.
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