AP&C, a producer of spherical metal powders for metal additive manufacturing, has opened a manufacturing facility

September 21, 2017

The $31M CAD factory employs over 100 people and will be able to annually process 1250 tons of material at full capacity.

"Sources in the 3D printing industry place the quantity of these “off-cuts” between 25 and 30 tons, a number of companies are exploring ways to utilize this surplus – which is currently advantageous due to its price."

“producing extremely narrow size distributions, which easily shift to any particle size distribution,” which he states will improve production, minimize waste and reduce costs.


 For more information: https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/ge-metal-powder-additive-manufacturing-pyrogenesis-mim-121211/


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