Metal Powder Industries Federation announces website relaunch

March 7, 2017

The Metal Powder Industries Federation’s (MPIF) Industry Development Board (IDB) has completed a redesign of the www.pickpm.com website.

The redesigned website incorporates technical data, application case studies, white papers and additional resources, providing component engineers and designers with a detailed overview of the benefits of Powder Metallurgy over other metal-forming solutions.

“The PickPM website is a comprehensive resource for anyone who wants to learn more about Powder Metallurgy,” stated Jim Adams, Executive Director/CEO, MPIF. “The IDB has worked diligently to make this website a valuable tool to serve the entire PM industry.”

The new website offers PM component designers and engineers extensive design specification information, and educational tools including numerous application case studies, covering eight PM market segments from automotive to recreational applications. Additional resources include white papers, standards, publications, educational videos, and a gallery of award-winning PM components.

A highlight of the PickPM website is a searchable directory of PM component fabricators. With a listing approaching 100 PM fabricators, involved in processes from traditional press-and-sinter to metal Additive Manufacturing technologies, users can search by material, industry, process, part type, or keyword. All listed companies are members of the MPIF.

www.pickpm.com

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  • World PM2022: An overview of the status and trends in the global PM industry
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  • Productivity, flexibility, reliability: SACMI’s new press technologies for the changing PM industry
  • Understanding the thermal properties of metal powders: Characterisation of powders using the Hot Disk technique
  • World PM2022: Views on the potential of Field Assisted Sintering for advanced materials

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