PM websites updated and redesigned to enhance user experience

September 27, 2016

PM websites updated and redesigned to enhance user experience

The PM Review, PIM International and Metal AM websites from Inovar Communications have undergone a complete re-design and update, providing a number of significant visual and technical upgrades. Reflecting the increased use of mobile technology to access the internet, each of the three websites has been designed around a user-friendly interface, allowing it to fully adapt to the different screen sizes found in mobile and desktop devises.

As well as featuring the latest industry news, a complete archive of back issues of magazines can be downloaded in PDF format free of charge. Each website provides an introduction to its relevant technology, as well as an industry events listing.

Hugo Ribeiro, Production Manager at Inovar Communications, stated, “We have designed the new websites to be much easier to read, with clearer, larger text and a more user-friendly interface. Importantly, all the sites now adapt to different screen sizes, so whether you are viewing it on a smartphone or a desktop computer, you will always be able to clearly read the content.”

The websites also feature significantly more flexible advertising banner spaces. Jon Craxford, Commercial Director at Inovar Communications, stated, “These new banner sizes allow companies to project their marketing message in a much clearer and more visual way, allowing more cohesive marketing campaigns to be developed across our digital/print magazine and the website.”

As well as these significant upgrades, PM Review’s domain name has also been changed to better reflect the magazine’s title. The new website, www.pm-review.com, will remain home to a wealth of news from the Powder Metallurgy industry as well as hosting all back issues of the magazine for free download.

www.pm-review.com  |  www.pim-international.com    | www.metal-am.com

In the latest issue of PM Review…

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Extensive Powder Metallurgy industry news coverage, and the following exclusive deep-dive articles and reports:

  • Burgess-Norton and Amsted Automotive: How a legacy automotive supplier is growing with, not despite, electrification
  • Meeting sustainability demands in PM: High-temperature sintering of nickel- and copper-free powder mixtures for low alloyed PM parts
  • World PM2022: An overview of the status and trends in the global PM industry
  • A novel approach for the production of metal powders with tailored chemical compositions: Amazemet’s rePowder
  • 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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The free-to-access PM Review magazine archive offers unparalleled insight into the world of Powder Metallurgy from a commercial and technological perspective through:

  • Reports on visits to leading PM part manufacturers, metal powder manufacturers and industry suppliers
  • Articles on technology and application trends
  • Information on materials developments
  • Reviews of key technical presentations from the international conference circuit
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