Liberty Powder Metals Receives £4.6 M to Develop Alloy Metal Powders for 3D-Printed Car Parts

Published by , October 2, 2018 12:40 pm

(3Ders.org) The UK-based Liberty Powder Metals, owned by Liberty House, has received £4.6m investment to develop and manufacture speciality alloy metal powders for 3D printed car parts. The project will be established at the Materials Processing Institute in South Bank, enabling Liberty to access the scientific expertise available at the not-for-profit institute to develop new materials, processes and technologies.
Liberty expects the market for speciality alloy metal powders to grow rapidly and aims to secure a share in the international market for it, using Tees Valley-based facilities.