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Nano Steel Materials Enter Additive-Manufacturing

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Wednesday, September 24th, 2014) – The NanoSteel® Company, a leader in nanostructured steel materials design, today announced the successful expansion of the company’s engineered powders business into additive manufacturing.

Currently, the material options to produce highly wear-resistant parts through additive manufacturing are limited” said Harald Lemke, NanoSteel’s General Manager of Engineered Powders. “By extending the reach of steel into markets currently served by WC-Co, ceramics, and other non-ferrous metal matrix metal composites, NanoSteel has the potential to generate cost-efficient wear parts to serve the tooling, mining, energy, and transportation industries in applications such as pumps, bearings, and cutting tools.

The company is currently extending this breakthrough into more complex geometries and broadening its property sets to fully validate the market potential for 3D-printed steel components.

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