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Molding and pressing news

The Euro PM2018 Congress and Exhibition program is now online.

Applied Materials Today achieves CiteScore of 9.9

Elsevier releases 2017 CiteScore values.

TAT Technologies is hosting two powdered metal sintering courses this July, in St Mary’s PA, USA.

The MPIF says that it has put in place new networking events during POWDERMET2018 and AMPM2018.

Wall Colmonoy says that its next European Modern Furnace Brazing School takes place from 9-11 October 2018 in Pontardawe, Wales, UK.

ASTM International has presented its Award of Merit to Joseph M Tauber, staff engineer at Kennametal Inc.

The SUPREME Project, of which the EPMA is a key partner, has published its first newsletter 2018.

PM producer Höganäs has released its sustainability report for 2018

The EPMA has announced its 18th Residential PM Summer School for Young Engineers, this year held in Vienna, Austria.

The MPIF says that its annual Basic PM short course will return in 2018 and registration is now available.

Rodney Brennen, VP of PM parts company Metco Industries, has been appointed president of the Powder Metallurgy Parts Association (PMPA).

Michael Stucky has been appointed president of the Metal Injection Molding Association (MIMA).

The European Additive Manufacturing Group twitter page (@EuroAM) has been generating plenty of interest in its first month of activity.

The EPMA says that registration is now open for its Systematic Approach to Quality Management seminar.

The programs for POWDERMET2018 and AMPM2018 have been published online.

The MPIF reports that judging for the 2018 Powder Metallurgy (PM) Design Excellence Awards was recently completed.

Höganäs has confirmed that it has purchased H.C. Starck’s Surface Technology & Ceramic Powders (STC) division.

The Metal Powder Industries Federation’s Industry Development Board has released another video in a four-part educational series on powder metallurgy.

The programs for AMPM2018 and PowderMet2018 are now available online.

Sandvik plans to invest around SEK 200 million in a new plant which will make titanium and nickel fine metal powders.

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