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Carpenter Technology Corporation (NYSE:CRS) announced that its Board of Directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.20 per share of common stock, payable December 6, 2018, to shareholders of record on October 23, 2018.

Palladium Equity Partners, LLC (along with its affiliates, "Palladium"), a private investment firm with over $2.5 billion in assets under management, today announced that one of its affiliated private equity funds has acquired Kymera International (ACuPowder International, ECKA Granules and SCM Metal Products, collectively, "Kymera" or the "Company"), a leading global specialty materials company, from Los Angeles-based private investment firm Platinum Equity. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

X-ray microcomputed tomography (microCT) has become widely used as a way to analyze and test additively manufactured parts, particularly for dimensional measurement and porosity analysis.

The German Institute for Standardization (DIN) has founded the Additive Manufacturing Steering Committee in the DIN Standards Committee Technology of Materials.

During the manufacturing of parts using metal 3D printing, metal powder can be trapped in free designed components that integrate labyrinthine internal channels.  In order to facilitate the removal of material, therefore, to avoid losing metal powder that can be reused, Solukon and Siemens joined forces to manufacture a depowdering system for metal additive manufacturing.

Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte, has formally opened Additive Industries’ new factory in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

Recently, global standards developer ASTM International has announced its first round of funding to support research that will help catalyze the development of needed standards in additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing.

The world’s first 3-D printed burner for an SGT-700 gas turbine has been in operation for one year at E.ON’s combined cycle power plant in Philippsthal in the German state of Hessen and the results are impressive.

Airbus Helicopters has officially launched the production of latch shafts for the doors of A350 passenger aircraft using 3D manufacturing.

GeniCore corresponds to an unique technology, passion of making great products and building long-term relationships with customers. Frequently awarded for its innovative technologies in the fields of materials engineering as well as in a the field of new materials synthesis techniques and systems.

The Mayor and Tees Valley Combined Authority Cabinet has signed off a multi-million pound investment which will bring a revolutionary metals project to Redcar.

SLM Solutions Group, a German manufacturer of metal 3D printers, is to support the German Institute for Standardization (DIN), who has founded the Additive Manufacturing Steering Committee in the DIN Standards Committee Technology of Materials.

New commercial vehicle registrations increased both in July and August 2018 (+2.3% and +7.3% respectively), marking the fifth consecutive month of growth. All segments performed well during the summer months.

It is with great pleasure that Industry4Europe can announce that 131 Associations accepted to co-sign the new “Joint call to the candidates for the 2019 European Elections”.

A conference showcasing how industry leads, tier suppliers and end users are embracing Industry 4.0 in the metallic, polymeric and refractory materials sectors will take place 27th November 2018 in London.

LPW Technology, a UK-based provider of metal powders for additive manufacturing, has emphasized the commercial benefits of its Powder Range in its latest case study.

The first gas turbine burner to be produced by Siemens using Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) metal Additive Manufacturing has now been in operation for over 8,000 hours, having completed its first full year of active service in an SGT-700 gas turbine at E.ON’s combined cycle power plant in Philippsthal, Germany. To-date, Siemens stated that the burner has no reported issues.

Following yet another capacity attendance at the March 2018 course for the 7th course in a row, Atomising Systems Ltd (Sheffield) and Perdac (now part of CPFResearch Ltd) announce the latest offering of their intensive 2 day advanced course on metal powders’ manufacturing by atomization.

The company anticipates greater move towards the use of FDM additive manufacturing to produce high-value, flight-critical, end-use composite parts.

Industrial 3D printer provider AddUp has acquired a majority stake in French additive manufacturing service provider Poly-Shape.

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