LPW Technology Establishes U.S. Subsidiary

The U.K.’s LPW Technology has established a subsidiary based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to provide support and sales to U.S. customers of its metal powders for additive manufacturing.

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The U.K.’s LPW Technology has established a subsidiary based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to provide support and sales to U.S. customers of its metal powders for additive manufacturing. The new office will develop powders specifically for selective laser melting, laser metal deposition and electron beam melting, including standard powders and custom alloys.

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