TITANIUM NEWS ARCHIVE

Alcoa wins Pratt & Whitney contract

17 July 2014

The aluminum giant and aerospace manufacturer Alcoa Inc. has won a 10-year deal to supply parts to Pratt & Whitney’s airplane engines. The deal is reportedly worth approximately USD $1.1 billion. Read more...

SeaFort invests in Titanium Tubing

16 July 2014

Halifax’s SeaFort Capital Inc. has made a majority investment in Titanium Tubing Technology Ltd. of Lloydminster, Saskatoon.

Titanium Tubing provides coil tubing and nitrogen pumping services to Western Canadian oil and gas producers. Read more...

New pilot Ti powder process

15 July 2014

The Swedish company, Höganäs, one of the world’s leading ferrous powder producers has been using a process that could reduce the cost of Powder Metallurgy titanium components by up to 75 percent. Read more...

Canadian company signs 3D printing deal

14 July 2014

PyroGenesis Canada has signed a $12.5 million deal to supply powder production systems for 3D printing to an international large-scale manufacturer. The contract stipulates that PyroGenesis will supply 10 of its metal powder production systems over an 18-month period. Read more...

Sciaky to start selling EBAM systems

13 July 2014

Sciaky Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, provides additive manufacturing solutions for large-scale, high-value metal parts. As of September 1, 2014, the company will be offering its electron beam additive manufacturing (EBAM) systems for purchase. Read more...

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