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Volume 18, No. 1, January 1989

Headlines:

1989 P/M Conference Program Selected
Distinguished Service to P/M Award
Metallurgical Industries Gets FAA Approval
Stoody Deloro Sold
Crucible Modernizes P/M Tool Steel Facility
P/M Parts Companies Excel in Quality
International Tungsten Industry Gaining Ground
Gorham Ups P/M Growth Estimate
P/M Parts Handling System 
Tiemissen Devotes Full-Time to Consulting 
International P/M Exhibition in U.S.S.R
MPIF Plans Full ’89 Meeting Schedule
MPIF Industry Development Board Directs P/M Marketing Effort
P/M Splash at SAE Conference
Design Competition Goes International
Who’s Who in P/M Published
People in the News
 

Clemson University, 3D Systems and ARL Leverage AI for 3D Printing Research

Clemson University has established an $11 million cooperative agreement with the U.S. Combat Capabilities Development Command of the Army Research Laboratory, known as DEVCOM ARL, to create new technologies that will speed up the development of new 3D printed components for the U.S. military’s ground vehicles, air platforms, and munitions.

Clemson University project leaders Srikanth Pilla, Fadi Abdeljawad and Gang Li (left to right) as well as Shunyu Liu and Rahul Rai (not pictured) will drive research from the Clemson Composites Center in Greenville. Photo via Clemson University.

COBRA® Golf Unveils the Copper Series Players Irons to Satisfy the Most Demanding Shotmakers

COBRA® Golf, a leader in golf club innovation, has unveiled its new KING Copper Iron Series, introducing a stunning new copper finish in its popular player’s irons. Manufactured using metal injection molding (MIM) for precise shaping and exceptionally soft feel, each clubhead is also fitted with a Tungsten toe weight for pure shots with added stability on off-center hits. The soft MIM material, combined with a TPU insert (thermoplastic polyurethane) positioned behind the clubface, damps vibrations for a soft yet solid feel at impact that rivals traditional forged irons, even though they are actually MIM processed. The rich new copper finish sets these clubs apart from a visual standpoint.

Penn State Engineering Receives U.S. Army Grant to Advance High-Strength Steel Additive Manufacturing

Researchers at Penn State University, College of Engineering, University Park, Pennsylvania, have received a grant of $434,000 from the United States Army to develop Additive Manufacturing techniques for high-strength steels and alloys. Although these materials are currently used in many defense applications, such as personal armor, armored vehicles, specialized facilities for blast & ballistic protection and ship hulls, they can be difficult to manufacture utilizing traditional processes.

PM Flashback

Volume 1, No. 8, October/November 1972

Headlines:

Metal Powders, Inc. Halts Operations
Bound Brook Opens New Plant 
Screw Machine Industry Cries P/M Blues 
Hoeganaes To Sell S·K·C Brazing Alloy 
Cincinnati Introduces 800-Ton P/M Hot Forming Press 
Dry Lubricating Process For P/M Parts Developed 
Pentronix Offers New Compacting Press 
Cabot Acquires Fansteel Patents 
Sylvania Develops New Line Of P/M Superalloys 
APMI/ MPIF NEWS
New Design Data and Materials Included in Revised P/M Material Standard 
Papers Invited for Particle Technology Conference 
1973 P/M Part-of-the-Year Competition Opened 
Hot Forming Short Course A Success 
Exhibit At P/M 
October Journal Contains Important Articles 
Two Stereo's Awarded in APMI Campaign 
APMI New Member Incentive Campaign Rules and Regulations 
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
P/M Part of the Month No. 40 

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