Advanced Powders and Coatings Inc.

Advanced Powders and Coatings Inc.

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16 Sep 2019

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6 Mar 2017


Speciality powder manufacturer for AM- acquired by Arcam in 2014.
6 Mar 2017

LPW Technology Ltd

Speciality powder manufacturer for AM- acquired by Arcam in 2014.
23 May 2016

Heraeus - 3D printing metals

Heraeus view AP&C as competitor in the field of standard alloys
18 Jan 2016


AP&C are a subsiduary of the Arcam Group. They supply verified metal powders for EBM machines. In 2015, AP&C completed the start-up of its third atomization reactor. AP&C now has two production lines, encompassing reactors and related sieving and mixing equipment, fully dedicated to titanium products. A third reactor is dedicated to Inconel and other alloys. After the expansion AP&C has an atomization capacity of well over 150 tons of titanium alloys per year.
17 Mar 2015

Advanced Powders and Coatings

AP&C were established in 2004. They produce fine distributions of metal powders of reactive or high melting point alloys, such as titanium, nickel, zirconium, molybdenum, niobium, tantalum, tungsten and their alloys.
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