The future of metal powder production: the Metalysis FFC process

Thursday 15th September 2022
13:00  -  13:25 | FREE to attend, register now

Theatre :  Technology, Innovation and R&D 

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The demand for quality metal and metal alloy powders from additive manufacturing, aerospace, defence, electronics, clean energy firms and many more industries that are central to our progress is set to grow massively. The key to cost-effective, fit-for-purpose powders lies in the technology used to create them.

The Metalysis FFC process was developed at Cambridge University, UK, in 1997 and has been refined and patented to realise Metalysis’ capabilities.  Able to control the morphology of powder during the production process, Metalysis is creating a range of bespoke metal and metal alloy powders to meet customer-demands.

This will revolutionise the metal powder and additive manufacturing markets, so leading to next era of metal, alloy and high entropy alloy design and application.

Ian Mellor, Managing Director at MetalysisIan Mellor Managing Director
Metalysis

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