Horizon Technology offers guides to Powder Metallurgy

March 20, 2019

Horizon Technology, headquartered in St. Marys, Pennsylvania, USA, has made available a number of online guides that provide an introduction to various Powder Metallurgy processes and applications. Accessible via the company’s website, the guides offer an insight into the PM process, answer some commonly asked questions and showcase a number of interesting PM parts.

Some of the topics included on the company blog are:

The full list of PM resources can be found here

www.horizontechnology.biz

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