MIM 2010 Conference on the Injection Molding of Metals, Ceramics and Carbides – Call for Papers

July 23, 2009

MIM2010A call for papers has been issued for the ‘MIM2010 International Conference on the Injection Molding of Metals, Ceramics and Carbide’. The conference will take place in Long Beach, California, from March 29-31 2010 and follows on from last year’s PIM2009 conference in Orlando, Florida.

The event is organised by North America’s Metal Injection Molding Association (MIMA), one of the six trade associations of the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF).

This rebranded event will have the theme ‘Innovative Manufacturing & Intricate Parts: Think PIM’. All submissions will be considered, covering topics ranging from processing through to materials and applications. The extended deadline for submissions is August 21st 2009.

The organisers state that the objective of the conference is to explore innovations and latest accomplishments in the areas of part design, tooling, molding, debinding, and sintering of PIM parts. The conference will also focus on the developments in the processing of different materials including metals and alloys, ceramics, and hard materials

For more information visit www.mpif.org or contact:

James P. Adams, Metal Powder Industries Federation, Tel: +1 609 452 7700 ext. 117, email: [email protected]

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