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Powder Ageing And Additive Manufacturing

In additive manufacturing, powder ageing is defined as the change of powder properties and pick-up of certain elements across multiple...
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Brose Turns To SLS 3D Printing To Produce End-Use Car Parts

Every other new vehicle worldwide is equipped with at least one Brose product, including various mechatronic components and systems, such...
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ASEAN Aerospace And MRO Industry In The Wake Of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has an unprecedented adverse impact on the aviation industry and, consequently, on the MRO business, without clear...
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Metal implant Outlook In Medical And Dental Markets

Metallurgy Outlook In Medical And Dental Markets

Metal implants and medical alloys are popular in the medical sector to counteract the effects of ageing or reconstruct a damaged body part. Here is a preview on what to expect in the sector.

Siemens Invests In WiTricity To Advance Wireless Charging For Electric Vehicles

Siemens Invests In WiTricity To Advance Wireless Charging For Electric Vehicles

Both to collaborate leveraging on Europe and North America’s electric vehicle (EV) charging market’s potential to reach US$2 billion by 2028.

3D Printing: Revolutionising Robotics & Automation Companies in Singapore

3D Printing: Revolutionising Robotics & Automation Companies in Singapore

Paulene Siew, Managing Director of Additive3D Asia explores how 3D printing can optimise the process of technological experimentation for robotics and automation companies, delivering results at a faster speed.

Optomec Receives US$1.5 Million Contract for Additive Repair Of F35 Large Titanium Blisks

Optomec Receives US$1.5 Million Contract for Additive Repair Of F35 Large Titanium Blisks

The US Air Force can look forward to a massive 80 percent in cost savings translating to millions of dollars annually with additive repair.

Herren Frères fulfills the needs of a broad range of demanding customers with Bystronics laser cutting

A Crazy Trio: Craftsmanship, High-Tech, And 20,000 Watts From Bystronics Laser Cutting

Alexandre Herren, Co-Owner of Switzerland-based Herren Frères explains to APMEN how his crazy vision made everything possible with Bytronics.

Apple to spread production across India and Vietnam

Apple To Move 25% iPhone Production To India by 2025, 20% iPad & Apple Watch To Vietnam

Apple began assembling some of its devices in India and Vietnam a few years ago, slowly cutting its reliance on China. The Cupertino-giant is now gearing up to make the two nations key global manufacturing hubs, according to analysts at…

Vietnam's automotive market to attract robust investment including from India

Vietnam Boosts FDI Attraction In Automotive Industry

Vietnam will move to attract large enterprises and corporations with high technology, said Nguyen Anh Tuan, Deputy Director of the Ministry of Planning and Investment’s Foreign Investment Agency.

Toyota under more pressure from China's troubles

Toyota Output Shrinks For Fourth Month On Shortages, China Curbs

Toyota Motor Corp.’s global output sank for the fourth straight month as a shortage of semiconductors and supply chain disruptions caused by Covid lockdowns in China hurt production. 

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