MIM2011 International Conference Injection Molding of Metals, Ceramics & Carbides: Call for Presentations published

May 27, 2010

May 27, 2010

Following the success of this year’s MIM2010 conference, the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) has issued a “Call for Presentations” for the MIM2011 International Conference Injection Molding of Metals, Ceramics & Carbides.

MIM2011 will be held at the Hilton Hotel in Disney, Orlando, USA and the focus of the technical program is “Manufacturing Best Practices”. The event is to be co-chaired by Animesh Bose, Trigon Advanced Materials, and Bruce Dionne Megamet Solid Metals Inc.

The conference is sponsored by the Metal Injection Molding Association (MIMA), a trade association of the MPIF and its affiliate APMI International. The organisers state that the conference is targeted at product designers, engineers, consumers, manufacturers, researchers, educators and students. All individuals with an interest in the application of powder injection moulding are encouraged to attend.

The deadline for Abstract Submissions is August 31, 2010. Papers covering the following topics will be considered for inclusion in the technical program:


Computer aided engineering

Consolidation technologies

Debinding technology & equip.


Microstructural control

Mixing science & machines

Moulding machines & technology

Novel processing

Part design considerations

PIM tooling


Secondary operations

Setter technology

Sintering furnaces




Cobalt and Co-base alloys

Copper and Cu-base alloys


Ferrous systems

Magnetic materials

Nanoscale materials

Nickel and nickel-based alloys

Novel materials & alloy systems


Precious metals

Silicon carbides/silicon nitrides

Stainless steels

Titanium and Ti-based alloys

Tool steels

Tungsten carbide & alloys





Business machines

Chemical processing equipment

Computer hardware

Consumer products/appliances

Cutting tools

Electronic packaging

Heat exchangers

High-temperature components

Industrial applications

Jewelry and watches


Medical and surgical instruments

Novel applications

Oil and gas

Sporting equipment

Thermal management

For further information visit www.mpif.org / www.mimaweb.org or contact:

James P. Adams

Metal Powder Industries Federation

Tel: +1 609 452 7700 ext. 117

Fax: +1 609 987 8523

Email: [email protected]

May 27, 2010

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