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Portland Is Waiting for the PM Industry!

Over the years, the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) and APMI International sponsored conferences and exhibits have become the largest and most prestigious conferences in the powder metallurgy (PM) industry.  This year, MPIF and APMI host the PM industry’s invasion of the Oregon Convention Center, June 12-15, offering PowderMet2022 and AMPM2022.       

The entire PM industry will converge in June at PowderMet2022– the International Conference on Powder Metallurgy, with the co-located Additive Manufacturing with Powder Metallurgy (AMPM2022) conference.  The marriage of these conferences couldn’t be stronger.  Both focus on advanced manufacturing methods that have high material utilization rates; relatively low energy consumption; utilize recycled materials where possible; and provide a good work environment for employees while being economically responsible for shareholders.  In many cases, no other manufacturing method is practical to produce these components. 

PowderMet2022 and AMPM2022 will attract the world’s leading industry technical minds promoting PM technology advancements.  Over 800 delegates are expected, transferring knowledge as they attend technical sessions, Special Interest Programs, and view the poster display.  The 100 booth marketplace exhibition will showcase leading suppliers of powder metallurgy and particulate materials processing equipment, powders, and products – one stop shopping for all.  Special events include a Keynote Presentation on Resources and Energy:  Alternative Futures; the Design Excellence Awards Luncheon featuring recipients of the 2022 awards; State of the North American PM industry; and the main social event at the Crystal Ballroom, where Little Richard fired Jimi Hendrix in the middle of a performance. 

To learn more about this exciting event, visit PowderMet2022.org and AMPM2022.org.     


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