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Metals and alloys news, June 2011

The MPIF Technical Board has awarded a paper on high strength MIM alloy steels the 2011 MPIF Howard I Sanderow Outstanding Technical Paper Award.

White Mountain Titanium Corp is researching ways of using new technology to produce titanium powder.

A Hungarian R&D centre has developed an ultrasonic technology-based system for the improved on-line inspection of P/M sintered parts.

If you haven’t already, now’s the time to add or renew your company details for the Metal Powder Report World Buyers’ Guide.

PM expert Prof. Dr. Bernd Kieback is meeting with key organisations in New Zealand to strengthen industry and academic ties within the powder metallurgy fi

The organisers of PM2012 have issued a call for papers.

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