Powder Injection Moulding International magazine launches new online resource for the MIM and CIM industry

October 30, 2008

The publisher of Powder Injection Moulding International, the magazine dedicated to the global metal (MIM) and ceramic (CIM) injection molding industry, has launched a new online archive of all previously published feature articles and technical papers.

Available to download in PDF format, the diverse range of content available will be of interest to both PIM industry professionals and end-users. The articles available can be viewed and downloaded from www.pim-international.com

Paul Whittaker, Publishing Director at Inovar Communications, stated “It is our hope that this resource will not only be of value to those already aware of the huge potential of powder injection moulding technology, but also help promote the technology to new potential users. PIM International magazine has enjoyed a high level of growth since its launch at the start of 2007 and is now widely recognised as being the leading information source for the industry”.

Articles and technical papers from PIM International are made available to purchase three months after the date of publication in the printed magazine. All items available can be browsed by the following categories:

Applications for metal and ceramic injection molding

Materials: from powders to binder systems and feedstock

Processing of PIM parts

MIM & CIM company profiles

Sector and market reviews

Technical Papers




As part of the launch of this new online resource the publishers are offering a special 50% introductory discount on all PDF downloads purchased before November 14 2008. To apply the discount enter code INT50 at the payment page. For more information visit www.pim-international.com.

About the publisher

Powder Injection Moulding International is published by Inovar Communications Ltd. Inovar also publishes the International Powder Metallurgy Directory (IPMD), for over 25 years the main reference source to powder metal part producers and industry suppliers worldwide. For more information visit www.ipmd.net

Inovar Communications Ltd

Dogpole House, Dogpole

Shrewsbury SY1 1EN, UK

Telephone: +44 (0)1743 241289

Fax: +44 (0)1743 369660

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