The value of Powder Metallurgy in the automotive industry highlighted in MPIF video

May 17, 2019

The full video can be viewed on the MPIF website

 

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF)’s Industry Development Board (IDB), has released a video demonstrating the advantages of PM for the automotive market. The video, titled ‘The Value of Powder Metallurgy in the Automotive Market,’ highlights the demand for reliable and durable components in the automotive sector.

To showcase the technology, the video presents three case studies of award-winning Powder Metallurgy components. The featured PM components include:

  • Transmission planetary carrier
  • Locking differential gear set
  • Power seat output pulley

The Powder Metallurgy video is reported to be the first in a series which are being developed by the IDB and are planned for release throughout the coming year. It is available to view here.

www.mpif.org

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