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Metal Powder features, July 2012

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The SEC recently approved US regulations that will oblige certain companies to find out where their tantalum, tin, gold or tungsten comes from. Metal Powde

January was a long time ago! Recall the highs and lows of 2012 with Metal Powder Report - and reflect on what's in store for 2013.

Much has been said in political circles about the paucity of investment of resources, research and, yes, dollars toward the development of technologies to

In this highly informative piece, technicians from Anderson Laboratories effectively demonstrate how accepted corrosion testing procedures can help operato

Kenneth J A Brookes, consultant editor, looks at the relationship between the overall economy and raw materials used in the production of hardmetal tooling

Read how student engineers reduced a race car’s weight by 10% via the use of laser-sintered titanium, inconel and alumide.

White House officials have reported that a new additive manufacturing (AM) institute is to open in Youngstown, Ohio, USA. The move is part of President Oba

John Durkee, Metal Finishing’s ‘Cleaning Times’ columnist, views the use of ultrasonic transducers as both ‘black art’ and ‘pure science.’

Liz Nickels reports from Basel, Switzerland, on this year’s EPMA show.

The annual PM Design Excellence competition sponsored by MPIF continues to attract increasing numbers of prize-worthy candidate parts. The twenty entries s

In-depth article addresses the fundamental questions related to setting up—and analyzing—a spray booth system.

Barbara and Ed Kanegsberg, authors of the new "On the Surface" section in Metal Finishing magazine, give readers a "heads-up" about Federal EPA changes in

Leslie Flott, author of Metal Finishing’s “Quality Control” column, offers the latest in his series on manufacturing process management tools.

Good times are back for the North American PM Industry, says Joe Capus, contributing editor, who reports on presentations from Matthew Bulger, the new pres

Precision component manufacturers are increasingly specifying the monitoring and documentation of residual contamination limit values as a means to mitigat

Continued growth of the PM industry depends on advances in materials and materials properties, processes, and manufacturing efficiency, MPIF reports. Joe C

Metal Finishing’s “Cleaning Times” columnist, John Durkee, delves into the various aspects, problems and engineering mechanisms common to both the drying o

Here is an overview of PM-related patents released over the last couple of months.

Collaboration results in the launch of enGage™ advanced software, offering plating shop managers mobility and total process monitoring.

High-tech, high reliability manufacturers require state-of-the-art clean manufacturing technology and implementation strategies for successful design and e

Ken Brookes, consultant editor, provides an advance look at EPMA’s autumn conference and exhibition.

John Durkee, Metal Finishing’s “Cleaning Times” columnist, offers facility managers advice on addressing challenging, real-world cleaning situations.

The determination of cleanliness is backed up by lessons learned from failures, surface and analytical tests that may or may not include industry standards

Joseph Capus reports from MIM2012 in San Diego, which was predominantly devoted to ferrous materials and their processing, with a smaller focus on the hard

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