Alloyed and Taniobis collaborate to develop advanced titanium and refractory alloy metal powders

September 21, 2020

Alloyed and Taniobis will collaborate on the advancement of refractory alloy metal powders for Additive Manufacturing (Courtesy Taniobis)

Metal powder development company, Alloyed, London, UK, and Taniobis, based in Goslar, Germany,  have announced a collaboration to identify, develop, produce, and implement innovative high-quality titanium and refractory alloy metal powders for use in advanced manufacturing applications including Additive Manufacturing.

The partnership is said to enable a full end-to-end solution for the material development process, including material analysis and qualification, material production, component design and performance, and also into pilot production. Alloyed and Taniobis will work on a broad spectrum of projects, some with third parties, for a range of applications across the medical, aerospace, and e-mobility industries. 

“At Alloyed we are very happy to be working with the global team at Taniobis to progress innovations with new titanium and refractory alloys for AM,” commented Michael Holmes, Managing Director of Alloyed.

“The Alloys By Design (ABD) platform, coupled with Taniobis’ long-standing and world-leading expertise with tantalum and niobium materials has the potential to open up some new and very exciting application areas for advanced manufacturing applications,” Holmes continued.

“This capability together with the Betatype technology stack for adding performance to critical components makes this alliance even more powerful. We are excited to bring these developments to fruition in due course.”

Katarzyna Kosowski, who heads Corporate Business Development & Communication at Taniobis stated, “There is great synergy between TANIOBIS and Alloyed that I believe will serve our clients in limitless ways when it comes to providing end-to-end solutions for new and greatly improved applications with metal AM technologies.”

Kosowski added, “By collaborating with the experts at Alloyed and their exceptional ABD platform, we are extending our reach and capabilities into new and innovative areas for advanced manufacturing and particularly for Additive Manufacturing. The opportunities that AM affords has been well documented, but unlocking new materials for AM remains a constant goal. Together with Alloyed, we at Taniobis hold one of the keys.” 

www.alloyed.com

www.taniobis.com

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