Powder Metallurgy Review magazine: 2017 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: 2017 archive

Vol. 6 No. 4, Winter 2017

  • High-performance permanent magnets: The influence of rare earths and the development of alternative materials
  • Optimising iron-based PM self-lubricating bearings: The influence of graphite
  • Innovation drives success in the Japan Powder Metallurgy Association’s 2017 awards
  • Euro PM2017: Hot Isostatic Pressing for enhanced performance and demanding applications
  • POWDERMET2017: Improved dimensional control in PM iron-copper-carbon materials

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Powder Metallurgy Review magazine: 2017 archive

Vol. 6 No. 3, Autumn 2017

  • Sumitomo Electric Industries: Innovation and automation drive success in PM component manufacturing
  • Freeman Technology: Optimising metal powder characterisation with dynamic powder testing
  • Outstanding examples of PM’s diversity recognised in the MPIF’s 2017 Design Excellence Awards
  • 19th Plansee Seminar: Production trends in refractory metals and hard materials
  • EPMA’s European Hard Materials Group addresses challenges facing the industry
  • POWDERMET2017: Lightweighting through the use of PM-processed aluminium alloys

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Powder Metallurgy Review magazine: 2017 archive

Vol. 6 No. 2, Summer 2017

  • Automotive teardown: Dismantling of three modern vehicles to discover current and potential use for PM
  • Lower volume applications for Powder Metallurgy at ASCO: Opportunities, challenges and best practices
  • Understanding the stages to successful delubrication of Powder Metallurgy components
  • Holzapfel’s Sinter Surface Solutions: A reliable process for impregnating and plating PM components

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Powder Metallurgy Review magazine: 2017 archive

Vol. 6 No. 1, Spring 2017

  • The changing landscape of carbonyl iron and nickel powder production
  • Graphite and its applications in the Powder Metallurgy industry
  • Innovation recognised in Japan’s PM award winning parts, materials and processes
  • Hot Isostatic Pressing at World PM2016: Developments in production and processing
  • World PM2016: Developments in hardmetal processes and applications

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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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