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Based in Laufenburg and Goslar, Germany the metal powder producer H.C. Starck Surface Technology and Ceramic Powders GmbH has announced a new range of metal powders for additive manufacturing.
The AMPERPRINT range includes nickel, cobalt and iron based powders of all major standard compositions as well as customized solutions.The metal powders are produced using gas atomization and designed with metal 3D printing in mind.
HC - Starck - Processes - Standard - Q4
H.C. Starck also report that they are refining their logistic processes. Standard alloys will be stocked from Q4 2017 onwards. The final quarter of the year is often a strong one for additive manufacturing, coming as it does at the same time as Germany’s Formnext trade show, traditionally a time when OEM’s can expect to sign major deals.
CEO Shashi Shukla says, ”the introduction of the AMPERPRINT® concept is a further milestone to strengthen H.C. Starck’s position in the continuously growing 3D printing market.”
HC - Starck - Market - Participant - Metal
H.C. Starck is already a significant market participant in the metal sector. For the past 40 years the company has supplied gas atomized AMPERSINT metal powder for metallurgical processes such as hot isostatic pressing (HIP) and metal injection...
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