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San Antonio Riverwalk Hosts PM Industry

The North American powder metallurgy (PM) industry headed to Texas earlier this week to stroll the famous San Antonio Riverwalk during POWDERMET2018 and AMPM2018. These co-located conferences brought together 872 delegates from 25 countries for four days of the latest research and development in powder metallurgy, particulate materials, and metal additive manufacturing, as well as annual industry awards presentations and networking.

Explore San Antonio’s Riverwalk with POWDERMET2018

Grab your cowboy boots and blue jeans and saunter down to Texas, because POWDERMET2018, the leading North American powder metallurgy (PM) and particulate materials conference, begins in less than two weeks in vibrant San Antonio, June 17–20, on the famous River Walk. The co-located conference Additive Manufacturing with Powder Metallurgy (AMPM2018) will kick-off at the same time.

Video Release: An Overview of Metal Injection Molding

The Metal Powder Industries Federation’s Industry Development Board (IDB) has released the third video in a four-part educational series on powder metallurgy (PM). “An Overview of Metal Injection Molding” (MIM) is hosted by PM industry leader John Engquist, FAPMI, past president of the Center for Powder Metallurgy Technology (CPMT). In addition to an overview of the MIM process, Engquist discusses industry market segments, case studies, and more.

New Networking Opportunities at PM Conferences

From attendees to exhibitors or from speakers to students, networking is one of the most important functions of a conference. POWDERMET2018, International Conference on Powder Metallurgy and Particulate Materials, Grand Hyatt San Antonio, June 17–20, 2018, is gearing up to host several exciting new opportunities for attendees, opportunities that include attendees of the co-located conference AMPM2018, Additive Manufacturing with Powder Metallurgy. Don’t miss your opportunity to meet face-to-face with powder metallurgy (PM) researchers, students, exhibitors, and more.

Metal AM Used to Create Metallic Glass in Bulk

According to NC State News, researchers have now demonstrated the ability to create amorphous metal, or metallic glass, alloys on large scales using metal additive manufacturing technology, opening the door to a variety of applications—such as more efficient electric motors, better wear-resistant materials, higher strength materials, and lighter weight structures.