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Breakthrough for Metal Injection Molding in BMW engines

March 1, 2007

BMW’s patented Valvetronic variable valve lift, which has already enhanced the performance and fuel efficiency of BMW’s V-8 and V-12 engines, has also been introduced into its 6-cylinder engines. The 6-cylinder versions include a metal injection mould ... Read more »

European PM association appoints new technical director

March 1, 2007

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has appointed Dr Olivier Coube (pictured) as its next Technical Director. Dr Coube, a French national aged 37, was previously employed by Plansee AG in Austria and the Fraunhofer Institute IWM in Freibur ... Read more »

MPIF launch PIM literature compilation CD-Rom

March 1, 2007

Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF), Princeton, NJ, has recently published its four-volume collection of technical literature on powder injection moulding. This series is a collection of technical manuscripts as presented at the annual MPIF conferen ... Read more »

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