Metalysis inks international aluminium-scandium alloy technology partnership

Metalysis (or “the Company”), which has a disruptive technology for solid-state metals and novel alloys production, has signed a joint research and development programme (“the R&D Programme”) with an international partner, to co-create a high value aluminium-scandium alloy. The R&D Programme will investigate the use of Metalysis’ electrochemical technology to provide a scandium-rich feedstock addition, supporting master alloy production. Aluminium-scandium…

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Metalysis celebrates Northern Powerhouse Partner status and hosts UK Business and Industry Minister

HIGHLIGHTS “Metalysis is a prime example of the strength and economic potential of the north”, Business and Industry Minister, MP Richard Harrington; “They share our vision for a strong Northern Powerhouse economy,” Northern Powerhouse Minister, MP Jake Berry; and Joining the Northern Powerhouse Partners Programme emphasises Metalysis’ commitment to contributing to regional prosperity. Metalysis (or “the Company”), the Yorkshire headquartered,…

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Australian Mines’ scandium oxide verified by Metalysis for Phase II development of next-generation scandium alloy

Metalysis’ partner, Australian Mines (ASX: AUZ), has today provided an update on the companies’ high value aluminium-scandium (“AlSc”) alloy research and development (“R&D”) programme. HIGHLIGHTS Australian Mines’ produced high purity (in excess of 99.9%, or 3N) scandium oxide qualified by international partner, Metalysis, using its process, as a feedstock for next-generation scandium alloy Australian Mines is progressing to Phase II…

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Metalysis powers up first industrial scale plant

HIGHLIGHTS First industrial scale metal alloy powder production facility based on Metalysis’ process, offering a new U.K. source of supply for global end-users; Supports demand-driven delivery of high performance niche and master alloy powders for advanced manufacturing, 3D printing, battery, magnet, aerospace and automotive applications; and Signifies business transition to commercial production after more than a decade of technology development….

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Metalysis provides aluminium-scandium alloy R&D programme update

HIGHLIGHTS 12 month R&D overview of activities successfully addressing cost and supply challenges historically limiting scandium use; New partner, Australian Mines, to provide scandium oxide for qualification in H2, 2018; and High value AlSc alloy continues to pose excellent launch product potential for Metalysis’ Generation 4 industrial plant. Metalysis (or “the Company”), the UK technology company with a solid-state process…

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Metalysis raises £12m ahead of commercial production kick-off

Metalysis (or “the Company”), the U.K. technology company with a solid-state process to produce valuable, 3D printable metal alloy powders, has raised £12m ahead of commercial production from its Generation 4 (“Gen4”) industrial scale expansion project. Proceeds will fund state-of-the-art post-processing facilities, feedstock and provide working capital to support the rollout of Gen4. Fundraising participants comprised existing shareholders Woodford Investment…

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Canada’s Department for Natural Resources awards rare earth oxides & alloys contract

Innovation Metals (‘IMC’), a private company specializing in cost-effective processing solutions for critical metals, has announced the award of a research contract from Natural Resources Canada (“NRCan”), Canada’s Department for Natural Resources, for work on the production of rare earth element (“REE”) oxides and alloys. IMC will work with Metalysis and use our technology to study the co-reduction of the REE oxides with…

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Kazakh Autonomous Cluster Fund and UK Metalysis announce Metal Additive Manufacturing Partnership

IMMEDIATE RELEASE 25.05.2017 Kazakhstan’s Autonomous Cluster Fund (Almaty Tech Garden), and UK solid-state metal and alloy technology company Metalysis sign agreement live in Astana to develop high value metals and alloys for additive manufacturing; Partners will conduct a programme using Metalysis’ electrochemical process at its South Yorkshire, UK Materials Discovery Centre; and Programme to support developing Kazakhstan’s metal additive manufacturing…

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