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Let’s meet at Formnext in Frankfurt (booth number 3.1-K75)
H.C. Starck is your ideal partner for Additive Manufacturing technology. In close collaboration with our customers we produce high-alloyed AMPERSINT® metal powders tailored to your specific requirements. We are looking forward to meet you here! We have our exciting products and technical experts on hand to answer all your questions.

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H.C. Starck’s high purity molybdenum (Mo) and premium molybdenum-zirconium (MoZr) electrodes for the glass melting and quartz industries are the main feature of its display at Glass Problems 2016 in Columbus, Ohio, November 8-9, at the Columbus Convention Center, Table 303. Available with conventional threads and custom tapered threads, for ease of installation, H.C. Starck’s Mo and MoZr glass melting electrodes boost outstanding resistance to chemical corrosion, degradation and minimizing of detrimental glass discoloring.
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H.C. Starck turns up the heat at the Furnace North America 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee, October 4-5, at the Nashville Convention Center, Booth 526-528 with fabricated products from molybdenum, tungsten, and tantalum including MoLa, TZM, MoW and MHC for OEMs, end-users and aftermarket furnace manufacturers. Of particular interest is H.C. Starck’s heat shields, heating elements, furnace parts, hot zones, racks, trays and boats used for heat treating, sintering, annealing, brazing, and all high temperature furnace applications in the medical, aerospace, defense and automotive and lighting industries.
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H.C. Starck Products for Glass Production Featured at Glasstec 2016

H.C. Starck featured it’s high purity molybdenum (Mo) and premium molybdenum-zirconium (MoZr) electrodes for the glass melting and quartz industries at Glasstec 2016 in Dusseldorf, Germany, September 20-23, Messe Dusseldorf, Hall 13, Stand E92. H.C. Starck’s glass melting electrodes (GME) are available with conventional threads and custom tapered threads for ease of installation. The quality and consistency of H.C. Starck‘s molybdenum electrodes achieves outstanding resistance to chemical corrosion, degradation and minimizes detrimental glass discoloring for product performance H.C. Starck’s customers have come to experience over many years. To protect the electrodes and extend their operational life, we offer oxidation resistant coatings.

With its innovative fabrication capabilities, H.C. Starck produces stirrers, flow orifices, wear parts, mesh hot zones, forming tools, orifice plates and mandrels for high temperature glass melts. To accommodate both the LED lighting and solar industries, H.C. Starck offers molybdenum (Mo) and tungsten (W) crucibles for sapphire crystal-growth and molybdenum (Mo) sputtering targets for renewable energy applications.

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H.C. Starck announces its investment in state-of-the-art processing capabilities to manufacture specialized refractory metal powders for additive manufacturing. With this new technology, H.C. Starck’s Fabricated Products Division (FPR) now offers spheroidized refractory metal powders with tailored chemistry and particle size distribution.

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15th Anniversary of H.C. Starck GmbH & abcr GmbH partnership

The division Surface Technology and Ceramic Powders of the H.C. Starck GmbH and abcr GmbH proudly look back upon 15 years of successful collaboration. Starting in 2001 with the distribution of H.C. Starck’s ceramic powders by abcr GmbH, H.C. Starck’s customers globally have benefited from highly efficient and fast distribution channels provided by abcr GmbH for small order quantities.

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H.C. Starck showed its engineering and fabrication capabilities at Metal Japan 2016 at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition center in Japan from 6-8 April. The Japanese sales team discussed to the most recent developments in technology metal alloys for touch screen displays and chemical processing as well as new products introduced into the marketplace for superconductors, heat treating in high temperature furnaces and our new innovations in Mo, Ta, Nb, W powders for additive manufacturing.
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H.C. Starck is pleased to exhibit at Metal Japan 2016, Booth W4-49, held at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition center in Japan from 6-8 April. H.C. Starck‘s fabrication capabilities utilizing its pure and alloyed technology metals – #molybdenum, #tantalum, #niobium and #tungsten will be on display. These products service touch sensor and mobile device producers, solar energy companies, furnace manufacturers, superconductor users, chemical processing plant operations and additive manufacturing innovators.

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H.C. Starck Joins Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Center for Heat Treating Excellence

H.C. Starck has announced its partnership with the Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s (WPI) Center for Heat Treating Excellence (CHTE). We are looking forward to sharing our years of experience in technology metals – molybdenum, tantalum, niobium and tungsten, with the researchers at WPI and participating in research projects that will benefit the heat treating industry.

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H.C. Starck is pleased to exhibit at FPD China 2016, Booth 1671, held concurrently with SEMICON China 2016 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC) in China from 15-17 March. One of the world’s largest exhibitions for flat panel and touch screen displays welcomes professionals and industry leaders to see the latest in technological advancements in touch sensor applications. H.C. Starck’s latest innovative pure and alloyed sputtering targets plus bonding capabilities for flat panel, touch sensor, photovoltaic, and semiconductor applications including TFT, LCD, TSP and anti-reflective coatings are on display.
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