The Basic Powder Metallurgy (PM) Short Course, the PM industry's longest running course, is now open for registration, according to the MPIF.

The course takes place from 15-17 August in Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel State College, Pennsylvania, USA.

The 50+ year course has become the industry standard for introducing those new to PM to the metal-forming technology and as a refresher for those looking to stay current with recent industry developments. Topics ranging from basic principles to part design and from conventional press-and-sintering to metal additive manufacturing.

This intensive three-day course is suitable for those who are:

  • Looking for an introduction to PM
  • Updating their knowledge of recent industry developments
  • Seeking to expand current knowledge of the industry in order to enhance advancement opportunities
  • Specialized in one area of PM and looking to broaden their background in the field
  • A user of PM parts (or wish to be one).

For complete details and to register, go to the MPIF website.

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