PyroGenesis Fulfills 100kg Titanium Powder Order For 3D Printing
PyroGenesis Canada Inc. (TSX: PYR) announced on Thursday the receipt and completion of a recent commercial order for titanium powders. The said production batch size is around 100 kilograms.
The commercial order is part of the firm’s mutually exclusive partnership agreement with metallurgical firm Aubert & Duval, which aims to supply plasma atomized titanium powder to the European additive manufacturing market.
“We are thrilled to be fulfilling this commercial order, especially given the fact that it came via our partner Aubert & Duval.” said VP for PyroGenesis Additive, Massimo Dattilo.
“We are making larger commercial batches now, not just sample batches, and additional batches are underway. For comparison, previous sample batches were a couple of hundred grams, whereas this production batch is 100kg. It’s an exciting time,” he added.
This particular batch order was produced at the firm’s Montreal facility. It was also said to have used the proprietary NexGen plasma atomization system.
In April 2022, the company reported its full-year 2021 financials, ending the year with $31.1 million in revenue and $38.4 million net loss.
PyroGenesis Canada last traded at $2.42 on the TSX.
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