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February 09, 2016 10:10 AM ET

Metals and Mining

Company Overview of The NanoSteel Company, Inc.

Company Overview

The NanoSteel Company, Inc. engages in the research, design, development, manufacture, and distribution of nano-structured steel alloys and products. The company offers sheet steel; and engineered powders, including additive manufacturing powders, wear resistant high hardness alloys, and wear alloys with ductility. It also provides foils; and metallic coatings, such as weld overlays, cored wires, atomized powders, stick electrodes, wear plates, ID clad wear pipes, and thermal sprays. The company serves automotive, oil and gas, mining, cement, concrete, and power sectors in the United States and internationally. It offers its products through distributors. The NanoSteel Company, Inc. was foun...

272 West Exchange Street

Suite 300

Providence, RI 02903

United States

Founded in 2002

Phone:

401-270-3549

Fax:

401-270-9306

Key Executives for The NanoSteel Company, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Age: 47
Executive Chairman
Age: 61
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Co-Founder and Senior Vice President of Business Development
Vice President of Finance
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

The NanoSteel Company, Inc. Key Developments

NanoSteel Introduces BLDRmetal(TM) Powders for Binder Jet 3D Printing

NanoSteel announced the introduction of the company's first powders designed for the binder jet 3D printing process and its initial commercial application in additive manufacturing. These materials, BLDRmetal™ J-10 and BLDRmetal™ J-11, enable the 3D printing of components for highly abrasive environments that can benefit from additive manufacturing's ability to eliminate tooling, create advanced geometries, and build custom parts on demand. Industrial components made using J-10 feature 2X the elongation and 3X the wear and impact resistance of an equivalently infiltrated 420 stainless steel. NanoSteel demonstrated this capability working with 3DX Industries, an additive manufacturing service provider, to print a security tool used by a global avionics company for removing and replacing aircraft panels. In this commercial application, the tools made with J-10 lasted 5X longer than the previous solution, significantly decreasing the risk of delays in servicing the aircraft. The BLDRmetal product line of binder jet powders also includes J-11, which is designed for extreme wear low-impact applications. Components made with J-11 provide 10X the wear resistance of an equivalently infiltrated 420 stainless steel. The exceptional performance of both NanoSteel products is based on the combination of complex metallic phases that provide wear resistance and a steel matrix that delivers ductility and toughness.

The NanoSteel Company, Inc. Announces the Expansion of its Engineered Powders Business into Additive Manufacturing

The NanoSteel Company, Inc. announced the expansion of the company's engineered powders business into additive manufacturing. By leveraging its uniform metal matrix microstructures in the laser-sintering process, the company was able to build a crack-free, fully dense bulk sample. NanoSteel's initial focus in additive manufacturing supports the market need for on-demand, on-site wear parts while addressing the current challenges in 3D printing of high-hardness parts. NanoSteel's breakthrough overcomes one of the major hurdles to achieving a high-hardness metallic part through additive manufacturing -the tendency to develop cracks during part builds. This produced a fully dense (99.9%) crack-free part with hardness values over 1,000 HV, wear resistance comparable to conventionally manufactured M2 tool steels, and a uniform microstructure.

The NanoSteel Company Grants License of Metallic Coatings Portfolio to Lincoln Electric

The NanoSteel Company and Lincoln Electric announced that NanoSteel has granted Lincoln Electric an exclusive worldwide license to the company's proprietary steel coatings technology for weld overlay and thermal spray applications. This agreement expands Lincoln Electric's range of wear resistant products, which complement the company's core arc welding, cutting and automation solutions.

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