Dynamic, Cosmopolitan and Supremely Cool!

Dynamic, cosmopolitan and supremely cool is how the IEEE describes our home town and who are we to disagree! In a year that sees M&I Materials nominated for Manchester Evening News’ Business of the Year, our CEO Giles Salt recognised as ‘One to Watch’ by the Telegraph and our Technical Director, Amanda Quadling was judged to be The Financial Times’s 10th most …

Wolfmet 3D Travels to Birmingham for TCT 2019

Join us at TCT Show 2019, the world-leading design-to-manufacturing event displaying the latest technology in additive manufacturing, 3D printing, design and engineering. Our team of experts will be showcasing our latest examples of 3D printed tungsten components including: Collimators for preclinical molecular imaging Coded apertures X-ray diffraction components Collimators for nuclear waste scanning Come and see first-hand what is possible …

3D Printed Tungsten at TCT 2018, Birmingham, UK

Showcasing at TCT 2018 – 25th- 27th Sept, Wolfmet 3D is the revolutionary additive manufacturing process provided by M&I Materials. SLM technology is combined with pure tungsten powder to produce complex components. The advantage is Wolfmet 3D can produce geometries not possible with CNC machining, which allows designers to give free rein to their imagination. Wolfmet 3D has been used …

Personalised Cancer Treatment with Wolfmet 3D

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 …