Wolf Minerals on Track for 2015 Start Up

Soon-to-be tungsten producer Wolf Minerals is on track and on budget to deliver its first shipment of contracted tungsten by Q3 2015, the company mentioned on Monday.

Knick Exploration Looks to Emulate History

Knick Exploration released a historical survey on its Trecesson property that it claims contains incredibly high-grade tungsten.

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Wolf Minerals Reports 2014 AGM Results

Wolf Minerals Reports 2014 AGM Results

Wolf Minerals (ASX:WLF) announced results from its Annual General Meeting of shareholders. All resolutions put to the meeting were passed, including the re-election of John Hopkins and Christopher Corbett as directors as well as the election of Nicholas Clarke as a director.

Knick Exploration Set to Review Polymetalic Potential at Trecession

Knick Exploration (TSXV:KNX) says it is continuing preliminary mapping, prospecting and sampling on the Mallich Area of its Trecesson project. Thirteen historical trenches and two drill hole casings have been located and 10 grab samples collected, with results pending.

Margaux Resources Posts Assay Results of 0.52 Percent Tungsten from Emerald Project

Margaux Resources (TSXV:MRL) announced that it had received assay results from 10 out of 32 holes drilled with tungsten grades ranging from 0.23 percent to 0.52 percent. Eith of the 10 drillholes identified broad zones of mineralization showing composites of 10 to 35 meters length grading 0.1 to 0.19 percent tungsten.

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INN Video: James Robertson of Blackheath Resources on Projects in Portugal

   Blackheath Resources Inc. (TSX:BHR) President and CEO, James Robertson, spoke with Resource Investing News about the Company’s three projects in northern Portugal and how it is an excellent jurisdiction to work in because of their mining-supportive government. The government “publicly stated that they see mining as being an important factor in their financial issues that [...]

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China’s Moly, Tungsten Industries to See Less Growth

Metal Bulletin reported that an industry official believes China's molybdenum and tungsten industries have begun a period of decreased growth. He described the slowdown as the "new norm."

Medical Imaging Component Manufacturer 3D Prints Pure Tungsten Parts

3Dprint.com reported that Medical Imaging component manufacturer Smit Röntgen is capable of 3D printing components made from pure tungsten. The company accomplishes this "via the additive manufacturing technique Powder Bed Laser Melting."

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