It takes place from 17-18 September at Penn State Conference Centre in the US and there is an early bird discount before 15 August.

The seminar covers:

  • Essential information needed to sinter parts at normal or elevated temperatures
  • Increased productivity by reducing rework and scrap
  • Improved properties of PM parts by using proper sintering procedures
  • Insight into the capabilities of the latest equipment
  • Information for troubleshooting sintering problems
  • Efficiency in daily sintering operations
  • Cost reduction through proper selection of raw materials and mixes
  • Working knowledge from industrial experts
  • Awareness of where future technology trends are heading
  • Know-how to help avoid expensive sintering mistakes made by others.

Subjects include vacuum sintering, sintering furnace atmospheres, nonferrous sintering, sintering in MIM and furnace belts.

For more information go here.