Powder Metallurgy Review, Autumn 2014, Vol. 3 No. 3

 

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In addition to more than 30 pages of news from the Powder Metallurgy industry, the 88 page Autumn 2014 issue of Powder Metallurgy Review magazine (Vol. 3 No. 3) includes the following articles and special features:

 

Keystone Powdered Metal Company: Pioneering the Powder Forging of automotive helical pinion gears

Keystone Powdered Metal Company was awarded a MPIF Grand Prize for its automotive planetary carrier assembly at the recent PM2014 World Congress. The assembly utilises Powder Forged helical pinion gears in what is an industry first. Paul Whittaker, Editor of PM Review, reports on the long history of innovation at Keystone and the development of its helical pinion gears.

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HIP’14: Highlights from the 11th International Conference on Hot Isostatic Pressing

HIP’14, the 11th International Conference on Hot Isostatic Pressing, took place in Stockholm, Sweden, from June 9-13. Dr Stephen Mashl, Chairman of the International HIP Committee (IHC), reports on highlights from the event including winners of the HIP Parts of Excellence competition.

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PM Standards: Hardmetals for cutting applications, wear parts and structural applications

In our second report on PM standards, Dr Bryan Roebuck and Eric Bennett from the UK’s National Physical Laboratory focus on the importance of standards in the hardmetals industry.

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PM2014 World Congress: Global PM industry sustains growth momentum

Powder Metallurgy Review reports on the three presentations in the ‘Global Trends’ plenary session at the PM2014 World Congress held in Orlando, May 18-22.

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MPIF PM Design Excellence Awards 2014: Innovations drive new applications

The annual Metal Powder Industry Federation’s (MPIF) Powder Metallurgy Design Excellence Awards provide a showcase for the PM community, demonstrating the latest design and manufacturing developments that enable PM to move into new markets.

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