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March 2015
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CURRENT ISSUE - March 2015, Volume 67, Number 3
Additive Manufacturing

Metal Powder for Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) • Progress in Additive Manufacturing


Metrology Needs for Metal Additive Manufacturing Powders by John A. Slotwinski and Edward J. Garboczi

JOM Publishes Special Issue on Additive Manufacturing

Twenty papers within two technical topics—Metal Powder for Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) and Progress in Additive Manufacturing—comprise a special issue of JOM focused on the latest developments in a potential game-changing, emerging technology. JOM: The Magazine also offers a look to the future with an article introducing this year’s TMS Young Leaders Professional Development Award recipients, and an update on the TMS Foundation’s support of the Emerging Leaders Alliance. Also, be sure to read what’s planned for the 2015 Offshore Technology Conference and TMS’s professional development initiative. And, don’t miss this month’s Meet a Member on how Gordon Alanko has conveyed his war experiences in Iraq through poetry.

Get the Story Behind the Countdown in the February JOM (and Don’t Forget to Vote!)

Homer, Shakespeare, and an assortment of sword-wielding warriors, materials-fortified superheroes, and dystopian societies (not to mention several heroic metallurgists) all made it to the final list of 25 nominees in the JOM Materials Fiction Countdown. Read how they got there in the February JOM and then cast your vote by March 20 for the one that you think should be crowned the greatest of them all. For another view of greatness, check out the article on the TMS members who will be honored for their professional excellence at the TMS 2015 Annual Meeting and Exhibition. And, don’t miss the February cover story on Özgür Keleş, whose unique form of art will have you seeing double.

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