Tuesday, January 10, 2017 Powder Metallurgy Machinability Seminar Program Available Registration has opened for the Powder Metallurgy (PM) Machinability Seminar, which will be held April 4–5, 2017, at the Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel, State College, Pa. This seminar focuses on improving company operations in terms of higher-quality parts, reduced costs, and greater profits. The seminar will feature programing focusing on fundamentals critical to increasing productivity and efficiency. Over two-full days, attendees will learn: Fundamental knowledge of machining and tooling An end-user's view of suppliers' machining capabilities About additives and machinability How to improve machinability How to select the right cutting fluid & economics of tool choice How coatings can reduce tool wear The impact PM material morphology has on machining Numerous case studies "This is the first PM Machinability seminar to be held since 2011 and is a unique opportunity for companies looking to stay up-to-date on the latest methods and techniques in machining and tooling PM parts," explains Dan Messina, technical services manager, Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF). "PM industry leaders will share their insights and discuss methods for improving productivity." Visit the MPIF Seminar's section to learn more about the PM Machinability Seminar. # # # Editor's Note: For further information contact Jim Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org or (609) 452-7700 About the Metal Powder Industries Federation Metal Powder Industries Federation is the North American trade association formed by the powder metallurgy industry to advance the interests of the metal powder producing and consuming industries and provides a single point of reference for all MPIF member companies. Previous Article APMI International Names 2017 Fellows Next Article Metal Powder Trade Groups Appoint New Executive Director/CEO Print 864 Tags: seminar educational machining Documents to download 2017-Machinability-Seminar(.pdf, 238.85 KB) - 31 download(s) Please login or register to post comments.