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Thank you for attending  America’s leading powder metallurgy and metal additive manufacturing conferences in 2022!  We look forward to see you next year - in Las Vegas!

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The leading North American technical conference on powder metallurgy and particulate materials, PowderMet2022 is a hub for technology transfer for professionals from every part of the industry, including buyers and specifiers of metal powders, tooling and compacting presses, sintering furnaces, furnace belts, powder handling and blending equipment, quality-control and automation equipment, particle-size and powder-characterization equipment, consulting and research services, and much, much more.


A big thank you to our sponsors!


Closing Event: Transportation

Conference WiFi

Opening Reception

Conference Mobile App

Networking Luncheon

AM/PM Café

Conference Pint Glasses

Starbucks Gift Cards

Closing Event: Beer Tasting

Speaker Breakfast Vouchers

Schedule at a Glance


Technical Program

Held with the co-located conference AMPM2022, Additive Manufacturing with Powder Metallurgy, PowderMet2022 attendees will have access to over 200 technical presentations from worldwide experts on the latest research and development.

Exhibit Hall

The largest annual North American exhibit to showcase leading suppliers of powder metallurgy, particulate materials, and metal additive manufacturing processing equipment, powders, and products. Don't miss your opportunity to review the latest technology.

Networking Events

From the Opening General Session to the Closing Event, PowderMet2022 offers a variety of networking opportunities for all attendees. Explore the exhibit hall, catch up on the latest R&D, and celebrate industry achievements.


PowderMet2022 Co-Chairs


Paul Hauck
Paul Hauck
DSB Technologies


Tim McCabe
Tim McCabe


"We have a mature industry but the need to exchange technology ideas is best held in a face-to-face environment.” Engineering Manager




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