FT4 Powder Rheometer featured at Johnson Matthey's new ceramic 3D printing facility

16.08.2017

Johnson Matthey have announced that they have opened a new ceramic 3D printing facility in the UK. The laboratory will feature the FT4 Powder Rheometer® which assists users in optimising process performance, increasing productivity and improving quality.

Johnson Matthey have announced that they have opened a new ceramic 3D printing facility in the UK. The laboratory will feature the FT4 Powder Rheometer® which assists users in optimising process performance, increasing productivity and improving quality.

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The study evaluates three metal powders from the same supplier which exhibited significantly variable performance. The FT4 was able to demonstrate several differences between the samples that correlated with process performance. The study also looks at process relevant variations in fresh and used feedstocks.