The Nanosteel Company expands to 3D printing with high-performance steel powders

The NanoSteel Company (see the January 1, 2013 LRMJ), which produces advanced high-strength steel (AHSS) for applications like automotive body components and weld overlay coatings, recently announced a new line of metal powders for use in additive manufacturing. It claimed parts made from these p...

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