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  1. R dayhigh 30 mei 2023 15:23

    MadMushroom schreef op 30 mei 2023 13:06:

    PyroGenesis Signs Breakthrough Contract for First Commercial By-The-Tonne Order for Titanium Metal Powder for 3D Printing

    It's happening!
    mooie order!

    Order ergens tussen de 2 en 4 miljoen dollar ?met nog een kans op een tweede order. maar het belangrijkste, een kopende klant voor ti!


    What Does Metal Material Cost?
    We already mentioned that metal filament can cost about $250 to $475 per kilogram for stainless steel, $121 per kilogram for copper, and $832 per kilogram for titanium, which can quickly add up to more than the cost of your 3D printer.,made%20specifically%20for%203D%20printing
  2. forum rang 10 voda 1 juni 2023 08:33
    COBOD's Maiden Endeavor Unveils 3D Printed School in Lviv

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    31 May, 2023, 7:28 am

    In a groundbreaking demonstration of innovation and resilience, COBOD's remarkable 3D construction printing technology has been deployed to aid the reconstruction efforts in Ukraine. Led by the humanitarian foundation Team4UA, in collaboration with the Danish 3DCP Group utilizing COBOD's BOD2 printer, this monumental project aims to address the urgent need for educational infrastructure in the war-ravaged country.

    Ukraine has endured the devastating consequences of a full-scale invasion, resulting in the destruction and damage of more than 2,000 schools, with 277 schools completely obliterated, as per the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. Faced with this dire crisis, the primary objective of this initiative is to swiftly respond to the acute shortage of educational facilities plaguing the nation.

    By integrating the power of 3D printing into the construction process, the project pioneers strive to expedite the establishment of educational institutions while setting the stage for the restoration of housing and critical infrastructure across Ukraine.

    Jean-Christophe Boni, the visionary founder and chairman of the Team4UA humanitarian foundation, shares his profound insight on this transformative endeavor: "The school construction project, utilizing the extraordinary capabilities of 3D printing technology, is designed to provide access to education for children affected by the full-scale war in Ukraine and create an inclusive haven for internally displaced children in Lviv. The devastation wrought upon schools and other educational institutions deprives the younger generation of quality education, which can have detrimental long-term effects on both their personal and the state's future. Innovative solutions are poised to surmount this challenge, efficiently and expeditiously. Witness the remarkable progress achieved in a mere 3-4 days of printing, with almost half of the construction already completed."

    Situated within the premises of the existing school, the primary school represents a beacon of hope for internally displaced children grappling with the repercussions of the full-scale conflict. Spanning a one-story structure with a sprawling area of 370 m2, this school will offer a nurturing environment conducive to the holistic development of young learners. Notably, the architect deliberately chose not to employ COBOD's flaps technology in order to accentuate the 3D printing process, showcasing the smoothness of the walls. Furthermore, an astounding 90% of the construction materials will be sourced locally, stimulating the economy and empowering the community. In fact, a staggering 99% of the materials for the 3D printed concrete have been procured locally at a low cost.

    This pioneering venture, culminating in the establishment of Europe's first 3D printed school, epitomizes the indomitable spirit and unwavering determination of the Ukrainian people in rebuilding their nation and securing a brighter future for the next generation. It signifies a pivotal moment in the reconstruction endeavors and serves as a blueprint for harnessing state-of-the-art technology to address pressing societal challenges.
  3. Sub!et 1 juni 2023 20:26
    Trading Halted !!!


    HPQ Silicon Inc. (“HPQ” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: HPQ) (OTCQX: HPQFF) (FRA: O08), a technology company specializing in green engineering processes for silica and silicon material production, announces the successful validation of a crucial milestone that demonstrates the capabilities of our proprietary technology, the PUREVAPTM Quartz Reduction Reactor (QRR) process. Our accomplishment is that we have produced Silicon with a purity exceeding 3N+ in a single step. This validation follows a thorough review of test #5 results from the ongoing GEN3 pilot plant program conducted by technology provider PyroGenesis Canada Inc. (TSX: PYR) (NASDAQ: PYR) (FRA: 8PY) (Pyrogenesis). The results are also highly promising because they confirm the capability of the QRR process to reduce the cash cost of silicon metal manufacturing through a single-step process and by decreasing the feedstock requirement. “These advancements mark a milestone for HPQ Silicon and highlight the effectiveness of the PUREVAPTM QRR process in modernizing the production of high-purity Silicon while concurrently driving down production costs," said Bernard Tourillon, President & CEO of HPQ Silicon. "HPQ, with partner Pyrogenesis, is continually advancing its new QRR technology. These recent results demonstrate more positive progress in the efforts to create a new, low-cost process to manufacture of high purity Silicon. The existing processes have remained largely unchanged for the past century."

  4. Sub!et 3 juni 2023 15:24
    ***Niet dat het wereldschokkend is maar we kunnen toch al 1 naam invullen.
    Luister, vanaf 23min. , wordt samenwerking met Pyrogenesis vermeld.
    37min Q&A on Pyrogenesis , zeer optimistisch over R&D fase.
    May 10 2023:

    Progressive Planet (TSXV: PLAN) (OTCQB: ASHXF) ("Progressive Planet", "PLAN", or the "Company"), a leader in developing CleanTech solutions for the planet, delivers to market its first proprietary, natural fertilizer under the brand CARBON PK.

    ***Vond daarnet een artikel uit 2019 met verwijzing naar PYR. Niets nieuws , maar de tekening heeft een vermelding : Plasma atomisation. Reproduced with permission from (9). Copyright: Carpenter Additive.
    Toeval of niet?

    Carpenter Technology Corporation (NYSE: CRS) is a global leader in high-performance specialty alloy-based materials and process solutions for critical applications in the aerospace, transportation, defense, energy, industrial, medical, and consumer electronics markets.

    Johnson Matthey Technol. Rev., 2019, 63, (3), 226
    doi: 10.1595/205651319X15583434137356

    3.3 Plasma Atomisation
    Plasma atomisation (Figure 6) is a somewhat ambiguous term, but is generally taken to describe the process invented by Pyrogenesis of Canada in 1995 and now widely adopted for the production of Ti and Ti alloy powders. This ceramic-free process consists of feeding a metal wire into the focus of three plasma torches, which melt and then atomise the material.
  5. mjmj 4 juni 2023 15:06
    Dit meldt iemand op sh over die presentatie:
    Here's the link to the video of Progressive Planet Solutions Inc. (PLAN) and PyroGenesis.

    Progressive Planet Solutions Inc.'s CEO, Stephen Harpur, presented at the Rivemont MicroCap Cocktail Event in May 2023. Great presentation done by Stephen.

    At the 22:00 mark he talks about what PLAN and PyroGenesis are doing:

    The goal with PLAN and PYR is to produce a much stronger Portland Cement using Amorphous Si in large quantities.

    At the end of the presentation there are a couple of Q&As where he goes into more detail regarding what PLAN and PYR are doing. Very interesting. #PLAN #PYR
  6. forum rang 10 voda 5 juni 2023 10:56
    Steakholder Foods® Revolutionizes Food with 3D Bio-Printing Model

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    5 Jun, 2023, 1:56 am

    In a bold move that epitomizes innovation and culinary advancement, Steakholder Foods Ltd, an international deep-tech food company, has unveiled its groundbreaking business model centered around 3D bio-printing technology. With a primary focus on catering to B2B meat manufacturers and cultivated meat producers, the company aims to provide a tantalizing array of 3D bio-printers and bio-inks meticulously crafted to produce delectable, nourishing, safe, and consistently superior cultivated meat derived from ethically sourced cells.

    At the heart of this visionary enterprise lies the development of Ready-to-Cook 3D printers. These cutting-edge devices employ a unique printing process, imparting a fibrous texture to the hybrid cultivated products they generate. Spearheading the endeavor is the creation of diverse bio-inks capable of printing various species. Steakholder Foods intends to offer unparalleled customization options, empowering clients to procure bio-inks tailored to their precise requirements and preferences, enabling the production of a wide range of species.

    Arik Kaufman, the visionary CEO of Steakholder Foods, highlighted the company's new direction, stating, "By bestowing our B2B clients with 3D printing production methodologies, Steakholder Foods assumes the role of an indispensable supplier that empowers the creation of highly sought-after products that consumers crave and anticipate. Our state-of-the-art 3D bio-printing technology and personalized bio-inks exemplify our unwavering commitment to revolutionizing the food industry."

    Under this avant-garde business model, Steakholder Foods seeks to monetize its expertise in 3D bio-printing technology while striving to emulate the taste, texture, and appearance of traditional meat products. The company's unparalleled mastery in this realm enables them to fabricate intricately structured end products that remarkably mimic the sensory experience of consuming real meat.

    Central to their product offering are the 3D bio-printers themselves, marvels of modern engineering designed to manufacture cultivated meat products that indistinguishably resemble conventional meat in terms of texture, taste, and visual appeal. The company is currently developing two distinct types of printer platforms to cater to diverse culinary needs.

    The flagship product, the Ready to Cook (RTC) printer, is poised to revolutionize the hybrid cultivated meat industry. Blending cultivated and plant-based ingredients, this printer ushers in a new era of culinary possibilities. Leveraging advanced technologies, the RTC printer is capable of employing either the DropJet method or the Fusion technology, depending on the desired end product. DropJet technology utilizes gel-based materials dispensed as droplets to form a three-dimensional structure, perfect for crafting fish and seafood alternatives. Conversely, Fusion technology extrudes paste materials through a narrow nozzle, meticulously replicating the fibrous texture synonymous with conventional meat.

    Not content with mere culinary mimicry, Steakholder Foods is actively developing a groundbreaking 3D printer for incubated products, effectively bringing the holy grail of the industry to fruition. This remarkable printer targets the creation of tissue-engineered steak, representing a monumental leap forward in cultivated meat production. Anticipated to become a sought-after asset as economies of scale align, this cutting-edge technology will produce fully matured, cultivated, printed meat products. By nurturing live cells, facilitating their growth, differentiation, and maturation, this extraordinary printer aspires to craft complex fibrous tissue closely mirroring the texture and flavor of traditional meat.

    Integral to the entire 3D printing process are the bio-inks developed by Steakholder Foods. Composed of plant-based ingredients and cultivated cells, these bio-inks form an indispensable component of the company's 3D printing technology. The meticulous formulation of bio-inks ensures the production of scrumptious, safe, and consistently superior end products. Recognizing the importance of customization, the company is committed to offering clients the freedom to create bio-inks tailored to specific species, catering to their unique requirements and preferences. These highly customizable bio-inks will be available for purchase alongside the state-of-the-art 3D printers.
  7. forum rang 10 voda 5 juni 2023 10:57
    Telangana Sets Historic Milestone with 3D Printed Temple

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    5 Jun, 2023, 1:59 am

    Telangana, a state in India, is poised to etch its name in history with an extraordinary achievement, the construction of the world's first 3D printed temple. Apsuja Infratech, a renowned construction company based in Hyderabad, has joined forces with Simpliforge Creations to bring this architectural marvel to life, blending technology, culture, and sustainable creativity in perfect harmony.

    Nestled in the picturesque Charvitha Meadows of the Siddipet district, the 3D printed temple embodies a seamless fusion of tradition and innovation. Spanning an impressive 3,800 square feet and soaring to a height of approximately 30 feet, this remarkable structure is meticulously crafted using indigenous materials and cutting-edge software specifically developed for 3D printing.

    At its core, the temple comprises three distinct sanctums, or 'garbhas,' each dedicated to a different deity. The first sanctum pays homage to Lord Ganesha, taking the form of a Modak, a traditional Indian sweet. The second sanctum, known as Shivalay, is a sanctuary devoted to Lord Shankar. Lastly, a resplendent lotus-shaped sanctuary has been crafted to honor Goddess Parvati.

    The construction process presented unique challenges, particularly when printing the dome-shaped structures like the Modak and the intricate Lotus. However, the team at Apsuja Infratech, led by the Managing Director, Hari Krishna Jeedipalli, overcame these obstacles through innovative design techniques, meticulous analysis, and unwavering adherence to the principles of temple architecture.

    Currently in its second phase of construction, the focus lies on the creation of the Lotus and the majestic gopurams. This groundbreaking project follows the success of Telangana's first 3D printed bridge prototype at Charvitha Meadows, further solidifying the state's position as a trailblazer in the realm of 3D printed architecture.

    Beyond its significance as a pioneering feat in construction, the 3D printed temple also serves as a testament to the capabilities of the robotic arm system developed by the visionary team at Simpliforge Creations. This state-of-the-art technology has enabled the realization of intricate designs, pushing the boundaries of architectural possibilities.
  8. forum rang 10 voda 6 juni 2023 07:56
    Revolutionizing Titanium: Research Unveil Laser 3D Printed Alloy

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    6 Jun, 2023, 2:34 am

    In a groundbreaking development, scientists from RMIT University in Melbourne have successfully created a new category of titanium alloys using laser 3D printing, potentially revolutionizing the sustainability and applications within the titanium industry.

    The conventional titanium alloy, Ti-6Al-4V, has long dominated the market since its inception in 1954, accounting for over 50% of titanium usage. However, this alloy relies on costly elements such as aluminum and vanadium. The newly engineered alloy eliminates the need for these elements and instead utilizes oxygen and iron, which are more abundant and cost-effective.

    Traditionally, titanium alloys with high levels of oxygen and iron were considered inferior due to their brittleness and defects. Nevertheless, the researchers managed to manipulate the distribution of oxygen and iron atoms, enabling the production of nanoscale-sized titanium crystals through 3D printing. This technique yielded a material with both strength and ductility, on par with conventional titanium alloys.

    The 3D printed alloy offers additional advantages, including the ability to adjust production parameters to achieve gradient properties. This means that different sections of a printed object can possess distinct characteristics tailored to specific requirements.

    Furthermore, the newly developed alloy brings sustainability benefits. It can be recycled from titanium with high oxygen and iron content, reducing waste and resource consumption.

    While the proof of concept has been established, further research and development are required before industrial applications, particularly in fields like biomedical implants, space, and aerospace industries, can be realized.

    The creation of this innovative class of titanium alloys aligns with the Australian government's recognition of advanced manufacturing and materials technology as a crucial field. With its potential to enhance sustainability and broaden the applications of titanium, this breakthrough holds promise for a wide range of industries, contributing to technological advancements and societal progress.
  9. forum rang 10 voda 9 juni 2023 08:06
    Lego Bioprinter: A Solution for Creating Human Tissue Samples

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    8 Jun, 2023, 1:29 am

    Sourcing human tissue samples for scientific research poses significant challenges, including limited supply and restricted availability. To overcome these obstacles, a team of ingenious scientists at Cardiff University in Wales has devised a groundbreaking solution, a low-cost bioprinter constructed entirely from Lego bricks. This remarkable Lego-based bioprinter is capable of creating human tissue samples, revolutionizing the field of tissue engineering.

    Traditional two-dimensional cell cultures fall short in replicating the complex architecture of human biology. Bioprinters, on the other hand, enable researchers to grow cells in three dimensions, providing a more accurate representation of human tissue. However, the high cost of commercial bioprinters has hindered accessibility for many research teams. Motivated by this challenge, the scientists embarked on a quest to develop an affordable 3D bioprinter, and Lego emerged as their solution of choice.

    The Lego bioprinter, with its affordability, versatility, and precision, proved to be an ideal platform for tissue engineering. Leveraging the power of Lego Mindstorms and a lab pump, the team successfully designed and constructed a bioprinter that achieves the required precision to produce delicate biological material. The bioprinter functions by dispensing a gel-like substance containing cells onto a dish, meticulously replicating the intricate 3D structure of human tissue layer by layer.

    Currently, the Lego bioprinter is being utilized to generate layers of skin cells, with the aim of developing a comprehensive skin model. By modifying the nozzles, the bioprinter can accommodate different types of cells, facilitating the study of both healthy and diseased skin and aiding in the development of novel treatments for various skin conditions.

    What sets this innovation apart is the team's commitment to open-source knowledge. They have provided detailed instructions on how to construct the Lego bioprinter, ensuring that other research teams can benefit from this affordable alternative to commercial equipment. By democratizing access to bioprinting technology, this groundbreaking approach fosters groundbreaking research, advancing our understanding of biology and ultimately contributing to the improvement of human health.

    Discover the intersection of Lego and cutting-edge science as Cardiff University pioneers the field of tissue engineering with their remarkable Lego bioprinter. Stay tuned for further developments and join the conversation on our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages. Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest news in additive manufacturing and scientific advancements.
  10. forum rang 10 voda 9 juni 2023 08:07
    Harnessing Termite Wisdom for Energy-Efficient 3D Printed Building

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    9 Jun, 2023, 4:30 am

    In a quest for sustainable and energy-efficient architecture, researchers from Lund University and Nottingham Trent University have turned to nature's ingenuity by studying the egress complex of termite mounds in Namibia. These intricate networks of tunnels within termite mounds hold the key to creating buildings that offer optimal comfort while minimizing energy consumption and reducing the carbon footprint.

    Termite mounds are renowned for their ability to maintain a comfortable interior climate without excessive energy usage. The egress complex within these mounds facilitates air, heat, and moisture flow, creating a natural ventilation system. By understanding the principles behind termite behavior, scientists have uncovered the specific wind frequencies that generate oscillating flows within the egress complex, effectively carrying away respiratory gases and excess moisture.

    Drawing inspiration from termite architecture, researchers propose integrating similar networks into human buildings. Advanced technologies like powder bed printers can be utilized to incorporate these structures into building walls. By embedding sensors and actuators, these "living and breathing" buildings would allow for controlled air movement with minimal energy consumption. This innovative approach has the potential to revolutionize the construction industry, enabling the creation of energy-efficient structures that provide comfort and regulate respiratory gases and moisture flow.

    Embracing termite-inspired architecture offers promising implications for sustainability. By designing energy-efficient buildings with natural ventilation systems, the reliance on energy-intensive air conditioning can be significantly reduced, resulting in substantial energy savings and a lowered carbon footprint. Further optimization can be achieved by integrating advanced technologies and smart systems into these structures, ensuring environmental friendliness and occupant comfort.

    Dr. Rupert Soar, an associate professor at the School of Architecture, Design, and the Built Environment at Nottingham Trent University, emphasizes the complexity of structures in nature and their potential in construction-scale 3D printing. The egress complex exemplifies a intricate structure that can simultaneously address multiple challenges, such as maintaining comfort within homes while effectively regulating the flow of respiratory gases and moisture through the building envelope.

    By merging the wisdom of nature with additive manufacturing techniques, architects and engineers have the opportunity to revolutionize human architecture. Through the creation of sustainable structures that offer optimal comfort while minimizing energy consumption and environmental impact, termite-inspired architecture paves the way for a greener and more harmonious future in construction.
  11. forum rang 10 voda 9 juni 2023 08:09
    Airlements: Revolutionizing with 3D Printed Recycled Waste

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    9 Jun, 2023, 4:30 am

    In a remarkable breakthrough, Digital Building Technologies (DBT) team at ETH Zürich is transforming the construction landscape with their latest innovation, Airlements. This pioneering project harnesses the power of large-scale additive manufacturing technology to create lightweight insulated walls using 3D printed foam made from recycled waste. With a focus on sustainability, efficiency, and versatility, Airlements offers cost-effective and environmentally friendly solutions for the construction industry.

    DBT's revolutionary Airlements project is made possible by leveraging a cement-free mineral foam developed by FenX. This unique material boasts a significantly lower carbon footprint compared to traditional concrete or plastic foams. Its versatility allows for the manipulation of density and porosity, resulting in enhanced insulation and structural strength without the need for additional resources. What sets Airlements apart is its commitment to sustainability, as the 3D-printed components are created using only one material, making them easily reusable or recyclable in the future.

    Airlements comprises four 3D printed foam components, each weighing approximately 25 kilograms, enabling easy assembly by a single person. The printing process takes less than an hour per component, followed by a controlled hardening period of one week in the fabrication lab. Notably, this process requires no energy-intensive processing, marking a significant advancement over previous experiments with cement-free mineral foams. DBT ensures optimal conditions for hardening by carefully regulating temperature and humidity, further minimizing energy consumption.

    The hollow core of Airlements provides the flexibility to fill it with mineral foam, creating a monolithic system that can accommodate reinforcing materials or infrastructural installations, expanding its applications beyond insulated walls. Looking ahead, DBT is focused on further enhancing Airlements' load-bearing capacity and improving the precision of their additive manufacturing technology.

    With its innovative approach, Airlements has the potential to revolutionize the construction industry by offering cost-effective and environmentally friendly solutions for lightweight insulated walls and other architectural elements. DBT's commitment to efficiency, sustainability, and versatility paves the way for a more environmentally conscious and resource-efficient future in construction.

    Join the conversation and share your thoughts on our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages. Stay up to date with the latest stories in additive manufacturing by signing up for our weekly newsletter delivered right to your inbox. Together, let's shape a sustainable future in construction.
  12. forum rang 10 voda 25 juli 2023 07:30
    Cambridge researchers 3D print a wall that can communicate

    "Making the wall digital means it can speak for itself, and we can use our sensors to understand these 3D-printed structures better and accelerate their acceptance in the industry."

    Voor meer, zie link:
  13. forum rang 10 voda 19 september 2023 07:40
    Nederland in wereldwijde innovatie top 10 met 3D-printtechnologie

    Vandaag, 00:01 in ONDERNEMEN

    GABI OUWERKERK - Nederlandse bedrijven en uitvinders waren tussen 2001 en 2020 verantwoordelijk voor 7% van alle belangrijke internationale octrooiaanvragen in 3D-printtechnologieën uit Europa. Nederland staat daarmee van alle EU-lidstaten op de derde plaats wat betreft innovatie in 3D-printen, na Duitsland en Frankrijk, en negende wereldwijd. Dat blijkt uit een rapport van het Europees Octrooibureau.

    Nederlandse bedrijven en uitvinders hebben het grootste aantal octrooien aangevraagd op het gebied van machines en processen (7e wereldwijd met 660 international patent families, IPF’s) en polymeermaterialen (4e wereldwijd met 303 IPF’s). Als het gaat om toepassingsgebieden van 3D-printtechnologieën is ons land relatief sterk in toepassingen in schoeisel (7% aandeel in het wereldwijde totaal, 36 IPF’s), voeding (6,3% aandeel, 16 IPF’s), de automotive-sector (2,7% aandeel, 74 IPF’s) en elektronica (2,8% aandeel, 52 IPF’s).

    Voor meer, zie link:
  14. R dayhigh 19 september 2023 14:55
    PyroGenesis Signs Initial Order with Global Aerospace Firm for “Coarse Cut” Titanium Metal Powder for 3D Printing

    Als deze oem naast het verfijnde product ook de waste, nevenproduct, af gaat nemen en pyro daar als designated supplier mag leveren kan dit weleens zeer lucratief worden.

    ... is pleased to announce that the Company has received a small signed order from a global aerospace firm (the “Client”). This order pertains to PyroGenesis’ plasma atomized titanium metal powders designed for 3D printing and is intended for one of the Client’s ongoing internal research and development programs. Unlike the recently announced contract for fine powder, this new order is for “coarse cut” metal powder, typically considered a by-product from the production runs that produce fine powders ranging from 20-45 µm (microns) in size.

    The Client is the large global aerospace original equipment manufacturer (OEM) in the United States with whom the Company has previously disclosed our ongoing qualification process. The order was produced using the Company’s NexGen™ plasma atomization system and will soon be in transit to the Client.

    “The significance of this order is the particle size distribution (PSD) that has been requested”, said Mr. P. Peter Pascali, CEO and President of PyroGenesis. “The PSD for this order is for our coarse cut titanium powder, in this case for powder between 45-150µm (microns), which we have been producing over the past year as we build our stock inventory. This contract recognizes what we believe is the superior overall quality of our powder and establishes a market for a larger percentage of our powder output, thereby improving our overall returns substantially.”

    “With some traditional metal powder production processes, as the powder is created then filtered and separated into different cut sizes, the fine cut powder is removed for sale, with the remaining coarsest cut often considered of limited use, or even discarded as unsuitable,” said Mr. Massimo Dattilo, VP PyroGenesis Additive. “However, with PyroGenesis Additive’s NexGen™ plasma atomization system, the coarsest cut component of the production batch remains of such a high quality, that we store these powders as inventory for future sales. By selling both the fine and coarse cut of each powder production run, the Company’s yield percentage from raw material is greatly enhanced, which is in line with the Company’s broader mandate for commodity security and optimization.”

    “Over the past several years, we designed, then readied, our new NexGen™ plasma atomization process with a goal to produce the highest quality metal powders in the additive manufacturing industry,” added Mr. Pascali. “PyroGenesis Additive has taken a cautious, methodical approach to its new production process. Now, with the full-scale commercialization underway, and a steady influx of initial orders, the long-term conservative strategy that has brought us to this point today is bearing fruit.”

  15. R dayhigh 11 oktober 2023 16:33
    Successful Silicon Pour and Validation of All Critical Milestones in HPQ PUREVAP™ Gen3 QRR Testing

    updates shareholders on the successful silicon pour.

    Subsequent to our Sept 28th release, PyroGenesis Canada Inc. (TSX: PYR) (NASDAQ: PYR) (FRA: 8PY), the project's technology provider, informed HPQ that the enhancements made to improve liquid silicon fluidity at the Gen3 QRR reactor's base in September 2023 played a pivotal role in successfully achieving the final critical milestones, completing a successful silicon pour (link to a video of the pour).

    As a result, the work completed has now successfully validated 100% of the project's critical milestones, which include:

    Achieving 99.5% Silicon purity (2N+) from the outset, a level that exceeds the best commercially available purity threshold.
    Scaling up production by 2,500X from PUREVAPTM Gen2 QRR.
    Demonstrating the semi-continuous batch production capability of the reactor.
    Completing a successful silicon pour.
    Achieving one-step production of 3N+ Silicon or battery-grade Silicon.
    Production of silicon using 25% less feedstock than conventional carbothermic processes that use a ratio of 6 tonnes (t) of raw materials to produce 1 ton of metallurgical grade silicon (MG Si – 98.5% to 99.5%) [1].
    “The completion of the pour marks a significant milestone in the Gen3 QRR testing program. I thank the dedicated efforts of the PyroGenesis Silicon team for making this possible,” stated Bernard Tourillon, President & CEO of HPQ Silicon. “Our HPQ PUREVAPTM QRR process is advancing toward the modernization of high-purity Silicon production, particularly in line with HPQ's vertical integration plans for manufacturing silicon-based anode materials for the battery industry.”

    During the past month, HPQ's three key initiatives – Silicon, Fumed Silica, and Autonomous Hydrogen Generation via Hydrolysis – have all achieved significant milestones as we diligently executed our business plan.

    “This silicon pour is the crowning achievement in the development of this QRR pilot plant; from conception to commercialization,” said Mr. P. Peter Pascali, CEO of PyroGenesis. “We are proud of our team of scientists and engineers who, during this long process, met and overcame all challenges and delays. We are, of course, also very happy for our client, HPQ Silicon, as they now have final proof that this game-changing approach to the creation of high-purity silicon is ready for commercialization.”

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