Category Archives: scandium

Metalysis enters commercial production of metal powders for additive manufacturing

Metal additive manufacturing materials producer Metalysis, headquartered in South Yorkshire, UK, has entered into industrial scale production of its metal powders. Now at Generation 4 of development, this latest stage means that the company’s plant will be capable of producing in the region of 10,000 – 100,000 kg+ (10s to 100s of tonnes) of metal powders […]

Motorbikes, ships, scandium and NDT: inside Additive Manufacturing journal Oct. 2018

As seen from the highly efficient 3D printed batteries at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and Missouri University of Science and Technology, the October 2018 edition of ScienceDirect’s Additive Manufacturing journal is now in progress. Volume 23 currently includes the work of 9 innovative research groups from leading institutions all around the world, including projects from the Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology (ILT), the University of Cádiz and […]

Metalysis welcomes Australian Mines to scandium additive manufacturing powder production

UK metal powder producer Metalysis has given an update on the progress of its ongoing aluminum-scandium alloy R&D program. Launched to fulfill material demand in core value scandium sectors, such as advanced and additive manufacturing, the project is now in its second year. According to the official program update, the past 12 months have “affirmed the […]

AML Technologies adapt WAAM 3D printing for supernova-made metal

Wire-arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) is a large-scale metal 3D printing process. According to figures from Cranfield University, a promoter and key developer of the technology, WAAM is used in over 60 projects around the world, together worth more than $4.8 million. To date, it has also succeed in making parts up to 10 meters in […]

Metalysis targets 3D printable aluminium-scandium alloy powder with international partnership

Metalysis, a UK-based producer of metal powders for 3D printing and other technologies, has announced a partnership for making scandium alloys. The metallic element has …