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MIM2021 Moved to Virtual Conference

Due to continued concerns regarding the global COVID-19 pandemic, the MIM2021 International Conference on Injection Molding of Metals, Ceramics and Carbides that was to be held February 22-24, 2021 in West Palm Beach, Florida, will now be held virtually.  West Palm Beach will host the MIM2022 conference.  

“It is disappointing that the powder metallurgy industry will miss another opportunity to meet in person due to COVID-19,” reflected James P. Adams, MPIF Executive Director/CEO. “Our industry desires to meet, network, and discuss ongoing R&D to advance the technology.  However, the health and safety of our industry is paramount, so MIM2021 will be held as a virtual conference.” 

Metal AM Flight-Critical Engine Part Receives Certification

Honeywell Aerospace, headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, reports that it has produced and installed its first certified, flight-critical engine part built using metal additive manufacturing (AM). Known as the #4/5 bearing housing, the part is a major structural component in the ATF3-6 turbofan engine used on the Dassault Falcon 20G maritime patrol aircraft.

PM Flashback

Volume 25, No. 8, October 1996

Headlines:
Dorst America Expands
Interlake to Acquire Arc Metals
Hoeganaes Achieve ISO Certification
APMI Directors Elected
Ultrafine to Sell Russian Specialty Powders
ASL Set up Joint Venture in China
Outstanding Technical Paper Award
Call-for-Papers PM2TEC’97
Gasbarre Divisions Seek Quality Certifications
MPIF Seminars on Design and Metallography
Productivity Seminar- November 13–15
P/M Industry Internet Seminar
Powder Market Reports
People in the News

PM Flashback – New Feature!

Ever wonder what was happening in the PM industry 10, 20, or 40 years ago?  Here’s a peek! Random issues of APMI’s PM Technology Newsletter will regularly appear in issues of FocusPM, showing the contents/headlines with a link to the full issue. These past issues can also be found on the APMI International website under Resources.

New MPIF Standard 35 Materials Standard Released

The 2020 edition of MPIF Standard 35 – Materials Standards for PM Structural Parts has been released. This Standard is a must-have document and provides the design and materials engineer with the latest engineering property data and information available to specify materials for structural parts made using the PM process.

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