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Webinars

In response to the rapidly changing global climate, MPIF is launching an ongoing webinar series for 2020 and beyond. The majority of our webinars are focused towards MPIF members and our various associations. Membership is required to attend these events. 

Cost: Complimentary with membership.

APMI International Membership is $105 ($125 outside of North America). Join today!

Upcoming webinars are expected to include:

  • MIM - 10 Considerations for MIM Design
  • Encore Presentation of Powder Production for AM, PM and MIM
  • Encore Presentation of Ferrous Materials and Properties
  • Machinability of Powder Metallurgy Components

 

Please check back regularly for new selections to benefit MPIF and APMI International members, and the PM industry.

 

MIM - 10 Considerations for MIM Design

November 18th, 2020, 11:00 AM EST

Speaker: Matthew Bulger

 

Metal injection molding (MIM) is a proven, innovative powder metallurgy technology that has been the process of choice in many industries due to  it unique advantages of high shape complexity, material performance and precision.   Designing parts for MIM is an opportunity for part producers to maximize benefits.  Early consideration of MIM in the design cycle is an excellent opportunity for the MIM producers to share general design advice that can assure a component will be successful. This presentation will provide insightful information from a MIM expert on design optimization considerations for anyone looking to implement the benefits of MIM technology in order to achieve maximum success.  
 

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Encore Presentation of Powder Production for AM, PM and MIM

October 21, 2020, 11:00 AM EDT

Water-Atomized Metal Powders for PM, AM, & MIM: Improvements and Potential MarketsAmin Molavi - Rio Tinto Powders

Powder Flowability: Effect of Temperature, Charges, Air Flow and Humidity on the Measurements: Louis-Philippe Lefebvre - National Research Council Canada

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Encore Presentation of Ferrous Materials and Properties

December 16, 2020, 11:00 AM EST

By: by Brad Morningstar of MPP and Amber Tims of North American Hoganas

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Machinability of Powder Metallurgy Components

January 27, 2021, 11:00 AM EST

Dr. Carl Blais - Professor at Laval University will discuss machining of powder metallurgy components along with offering several ideas of improvement opportunities.

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