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Canadian plasma specialist PyroGenesis and French metal processing specialist Albert & Duval have agreed on terms to establish the production of powdered titanium 3D printer feedstock.
In a multi-step strategy outlined by the two parties at the beginning of January 2019, the companies have reached a mutually exclusive deal aiming to impact the additive manufacturing market in Europe.
P - Peter - Pascali - President - CEO
P. Peter Pascali, President and CEO of PyroGenesis, asserts, “This Agreement establishes the framework within which Aubert & Duval and PyroGenesis shall work together to distribute the titanium powders manufactured by PyroGenesis to the Market. There are provisions for the expansion of the Market upon mutual agreement by the Parties,”
“THIS RELATIONSHIP WILL UNDOUBTEDLY ACCELERATE OUR GROWTH IN OUR AM BUSINESS LINE AND COMPLEMENTS OUR CORPORATE STRATEGY TO TEAM UP WITH ESTABLISHED PLAYERS WHO HAVE AN IMPECCABLE REPUTATION AND A STRONG BALANCE SHEET, TO ACCELERATE OUR GROWTH.”
PyroGenesis - Handful - Powder - Producers - World
PyroGenesis is one of only a handful of metal powder producers in the world to process materials using the plasma atomization process (PAP) – a method that the company originally patented in 1995.
Applied to powder for additive manufacturing, PAP is capable of acutely controlling particle size distribution and making “small, uniform, fully dense and spherical metal powders that flow like water” – a quality which is transferred to the end products.
PyroGenesis - Powder - Offering - Pure - CPTi
At present, PyroGenesis’ standard powder offering covers titanium pure CPTi, Ti 6Al-4V and grade 1, 5 and 23) and Inconel, though custom powders can be made on request.
Now in the midst of a round-the-clock production industrialization plan, the company recently opened a new metal powder...
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