A vibrant stainless steel market: an interview with the New Zealand Stainless Steel Development...
Executive Director of the NZSSDA, Paul Gapper, spoke to Stainless Steel World about the evolving role of the association and the vibrant stainless community...
New high-performance metals for additive manufacturing
3D Systems have added two new materials to their portfolio: Certified HX and Certified CuCr2.4. These materials can be applied in various industries, such...
Ultra-fine wires for medical applications
With their production of ultra-fine wires, Alleima actively contribute to the medical field. These wires are used in pacemakers and hearing aids, among others. Text...
Safe & efficient standard components
In a post-pandemic world, we are more hygiene conscious than ever before. One of the industries championing hygiene is food and drink manufacturing. In...
Green transition only possible with better utilisation of mining waste and metals
For the green transition required by the energy crisis to be realised, better utilisation of side streams and waste from the mining and metallurgical...
AISI 301 stainless steel constant force springs
Stainless 301 constant force springs are utliised in industries ranging from electric motor manufacturing to the automobile and aerospace industries, defence and many others.
LNG – at the heart of the marine transition
The Global Sulphur Cap 2020 adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in 2020 requires merchant vessel owners to comply with sulphur oxide emissions of less than 0.5%
6K Additive increase production capacity for AM powders
6K Additive plans to significantly increase production capacity for additive manufacturing powders.
3D Systems adds two new materials to its portfolio
3D Systems announced the addition of two new materials Certified HX and Certified CuCr2.4 to its materials portfolio.
Pacemakers & welding; do you know the risks?
Welders may not be aware that working in the presence of welding machines, which produce pulsing magnetic or electromagnetic fields, can affect the performance of heart pacemakers. Robert Shaw from TWI outlines the risks.