Powder Metallurgy Review magazine: 2014 archive

The Powder Metallurgy Review magazine archive offers free access to digital issues of the leading international magazine for the PM industry. All issues can be conveniently downloaded as PDF files, in either single page or double page format.


Powder Metallurgy Review magazine archive 2014

Vol. 3 No. 4, Winter 2014

  • Introduction to Metallography for PM: Part 1, Sample preparation techniques
  • Atomising Systems Ltd: Making the equipment that makes the powder for over 20 years
  • Kanthal APMT: Making high temperature sintering more cost competitive
  • AMPM2014 Conference Review: Controlling component properties and performance in Additive Manufacturing
  • Advances in PM materials and process developments at the PM2014 World Congress

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Powder Metallurgy Review magazine archive 2014

Vol. 3 No. 3, Autumn 2014

  • Keystone Powdered Metal Company: Pioneering the Powder Forging of automotive helical pinion gears
  • HIP’14: Highlights from the 11th International Conference on Hot Isostatic Pressing
  • PM Standards: Hardmetals for cutting applications, wear parts and structural applications
  • PM2014 World Congress: Global PM industry sustains growth momentum
  • MPIF PM Design Excellence Awards 2014: Innovations drive new applications

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Powder Metallurgy Review magazine archive 2014

Vol. 3 No. 2, Summer 2014

  • Additive Manufacturing with metal powders: Design for Manufacture evolves into Design for Function
  • Titanium PM 2013 Conference: The impact of impurities, advances in porous titanium and titanium Additive Manufacturing
  • Vacuum sintering and Low Pressure Carburising
  • Non-ferrous powder production: Manufacturing methods and properties of copper, aluminium, titanium and nickel powders

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Powder Metallurgy Review magazine archive 2014

Vol. 3 No. 1, Spring 2014

  • Optimising tooling for Powder Metallurgy: Design, materials and best practice
  • Powder Metallurgy gears: Opportunities for enhancing automotive transmission design
  • PM’s new frontier: Thermoelectric materials for the energy harvesting revolution
  • Quality and productivity provide a focus for Germany’s PM community at the 2013 Hagen Symposium

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Our latest issue is now available to download in PDF format, free of charge.

As well as an extensive Powder Metallurgy industry news section, this 120-page issue includes the following exclusive articles and reports:

  • Tesla teardown: Identifying potential uses for PM in electric vehicle transmissions
  • Can European research still claim to be ‘world class’? Prof José M Torralba on the changed PM research base
  • How to make metal powders. Part 1: An introduction to atomisation, process fundamentals and powder characteristics
  • Starting out in powder production: The story of Fomas Group’s Mimete metal powder business
  • The creation of a Powder Metallurgy market leader: China’s NBTM New Materials Group Co., Ltd.
  • Tungsten heavy alloys: An exploration of how key property combinations enable better mechanical performance
  • Pharmaceuticals and PM are closer than you think: A new approach to understanding powder compaction and tablet characterisation
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