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Volume 19, No. 3, March/April 1990


Pittsburgh Conference Features Strong Technical Program
Join the Center for P/M Technology
Ford Engineers Honored
ICM/Krebsoge President Sees P/M Growth Ahead
Company Awards
P/M Composites Aimed at Electronic Packaging Market
QMP Introduces New High Purity Iron Powder
Ceramic Coating Sintering Furnace
Gorham Expands into Europe
Southeast and Michigan Sections Sponsor Golf Outings
P/M Design Seminar
International Tungsten Symposium
People in the News

Annual MIM Event Continues to Deliver

MIM2023, the International Conference on Injection Molding of Metals, Ceramics, and Carbides, concluded earlier this month. Held in Costa Mesa, California, the specialized hybrid conference attracted over 135 delegates, representing over 75 companies from 13 countries.

University of Toronto Researchers Advancing Metal AM for Automotive, Energy, and Biomedical Applications

A team of engineering researchers is working to advance metal additive manufacturing (AM) at the University of Toronto’s first metal 3D printing laboratory, to improve manufacturing across aerospace, biomedical, energy and automotive industries.

“We are working to uncover the fundamental physics behind the additive manufacturing process, as well as improving its robustness, and creating novel structural and functional materials through its applications,” says Professor Yu Zou. Zou’s lab currently utilizes both selective laser melting (SLM) and directed energy deposition (DED).