Innovation for Personalised Cancer Treatment with Wolfmet 3D Tungsten Collimator and DEPICT Project

Wolfmet 3D printed tungsten collimator proves to be the perfect answer as physics and manufacturing combine to progress molecular radiotherapy imaging. In molecular radiotherapy (MRT) of the thyroid, existing SPECT systems are unable to accurately quantify the radiation absorbed by those patients undergoing treatment. As a consequence, only limited information regarding the success of this radiotherapy treatment has been available – …

Wolfmet 3D- Redefining what’s Possible at EMIM 2017

Wolfmet specialises in producing complex tungsten collimators using our additive manufacturing process. Wolfmet 3D allows the manufacture of high-precision components by building up successive layers of tungsten to achieve geometries which cannot be produced by conventional machining techniques. Therefore the design of tungsten collimators is no longer restricted by the limitations of traditional machining methods. Our additive manufacturing process is transforming what is possible …

Excellence in tungsten

Following an in-depth review of the Wolfmet brand, we are enhancing our presence in the market with a new and more focused Wolfmet communications platform. To signify this development the established Wolfmet name will be represented by our new logo which you can see below. Wolfmet’s rebrand has also driven the launch of our new website and production of new …

Showcasing Wolfmet innovations at San Diego nuclear medicine show

Wolfmet capabilities are now enhanced by Selective Laser Melting (SLM) – producing precision tungsten components through an additive manufacturing process – and recent examples will be on display at SNMMI 2016 in San Diego. Using data from a 3D file, SLM comprises a high powered laser that fuses successive layers of tungsten powder until a complex component is produced. Wolfmet …

Wolfmet announces new 3D additive manufacturing capability for tungsten alloy products

Selective Laser Melting enhances service offering to nuclear imaging sector, resulting in more accurate and effective tungsten collimators. Wolfmet today announced the launch of its new Selective Laser Melting (SLM) capability (patent pending). SLM will enable the company to produce pure tungsten components and parts at a higher level of complexity and accuracy, primarily for the nuclear imaging sector. Michael …

Wolfmet team exhibiting at EANM 2015 in Hamburg

The 28th Annual EANM Congress will take place in Hamburg, Germany from 10-14 October 2015, and the team of experts from Wolfmet will be there to share the latest news and views on this important industry sector. Exhibiting at Stand 224 in The Pavilion, the team will be displaying leading-edge samples of Wolfmet tungsten collimators and other specialist components. Michael Anderson, Product …

Aerospace solutions showcased in new Wolfmet video

A new video has been released by the Wolfmet team highlighting the benefits and solutions offered by Wolfmet tungsten alloy to the aerospace sector. The short, information-focused presentation uses clear, concise graphics and narration to demonstrate key attributes as they relate to the needs of aviation companies.   There are many areas in an aircraft where the precise placement of …

Wolfmet to exhibit at SNMMI 2015

The Wolfmet team will be exhibiting at SNMMI’s 2015 Annual Meeting—the premier educational, scientific, research, and networking event in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging. This year the event is taking place in Baltimore, Maryland. The conference provides physicians, technologists, pharmacists, laboratory professionals, and scientists with an in-depth view of the latest technologies and research in the field. Wolfmet tungsten alloy …

Wolfmet tungsten used to restore iconic racing engine back to its former glory

When the Wolfmet team at M&I Materials were approached by Straight and Level Aircraft Engineering Services to help them restore a unique F3 racing engine, their vast experience within the motorsport industry allowed them to provide a bespoke solution to a very specific problem. Archie Butterworth, a charismatic engineer and racing car driver, was responsible for developing a number of …

M&I Materials donates tungsten alloy for top European science event for young people

M&I Materials has donated Wolfmet tungsten alloy to help the Europe’s largest event aimed at encouraging young people to choose a career in science, technology, engineering and maths. Maker Faire, which takes place between 26th and 27th of April in Newcastle, is a family-friendly festival of invention and creativity where makers, hackers, coders and inventors from all over the world …