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Volume 18, No. 6, July 1989

Headlines:

San Diego Attendance Tops 1,000
QMP Vacation and Maintenance Shutdown
White Sees Promising Future
Kobelco Opens for Business
Windfall Buys Metal Powder Plant
Japanese P/M Parts Production Increases
Korean P/M Parts Industry Set for Rapid Growth
1990 P/M Conference Call for Papers
Section Meeting Dates
Join APMl's Speakers List
Distinguished Service Awards
P/M Design Competition Winners
People in the News
 

It’s not too late to join us in Orlando!

“At Door” in-person or virtual registration is available for the leading North American technical conferences on powder metallurgy and particulate materials related technologies. PowderMet2021, and co-located AMPM2021 and Tungsten2021 conferences, is a hub for technology transfer for professionals from every part of the industry, including buyers and specifiers of metal powders, tooling and compacting presses, sintering furnaces, furnace belts, powder handling and blending equipment, quality-control and automation equipment, particle-size and powder-characterization equipment, consulting, and research services - and much, much more!

PM Flashback

Volume 21, No. 5, June/July 1992

Headlines

World Congress Reflects Optimistic Mood
Auto Developments Drive Metal Powder Growth
Global Trends – Japan/Europe
Roll Receives Pioneer Award
Metallography ad P/M Parts Awards
APMI Student Program
GE Sells Tungsten Powder Business
Fine Carbonyl Iron Powder from ISP
New Patent for Dynamet Technology
Valimet Expands Into Fine Powders
SECO/Warwick Receives Export Award
Penn Press to Take Over APM
Imperial Metals Assets for Sale
DCT Moves
Call-For-Papers – 1993 P/M Conference
Call-for-Papers – PM ’93 Kyoto
P/M World Congress Seminar Preprints
New APMI Services
Speakers List
Who’s Who Changes
Section News
People in the News

New Tungsten Heavy Alloy Handbook

Tungsten Heavy Alloy Handbook— Applications, Compositions, Fabrication, Properties, Microstructures, and Modeling of Sintered Tungsten Heavy Alloys, by Dr. Randall M. German, FAPMI, is now available for purchase through the MPIF website.

This handbook contains 27 sections, each composed of small segments that can be consulted without reading the entire book. The handbook organizes the facts on the process options, applications, compositions, shaping, measurement tools, sintering, heat treatment, embrittlement, microstructures, etc.

This handbook is designed to provide solutions to typical challenges. Both the table of contents and index help find specific data, relations, models, and correlations.

 

See Who Is Registered

The early registration list for the PowderMet2021/AMPM2021/Tungsten2021 conferences is now available.  The conferences will be held one month from today, on June 20-23 at the WDW Swan and Dolphin Resort, in Orlando.  One registration fee gains access to the 3 big conferences, attracting the world’s leading industry-technical minds, promoting PM technology advancements from nearly 30 countries.

Delegates will transfer knowledge as they attend technical sessions, Special Interest Programs, and view the international poster display, in-person or online. All full conference registrants will have access to the on-demand videos for 2 weeks following the conferences.

We haven’t been able to get together in 2 years – don’t make it even longer…

If you are not on the list, register today!

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