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History of Powder Metallurgy Processes at Horizon

Powder metallurgy manufacturers should always be working to stay ahead of the industries it serves.
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Powder Metal Forging: Is It Possible?

As more metal parts producers learn about the advantages of powder metallurgy, they search for new and improved ways to use this process. At the same time, they’re ...
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Powder Metallurgy and Sintering Processes 101: 6 Fascinating Facts

Powder metal technology is actually quite interesting... If you can wade through all the industry lingo and terminology. For a newcomer looking to improve a new or ...
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Automotive Powertrain Design: Torque + 3 Other Considerations & Trends

Modern e-powertrain and drivetrain designs are no longer a nice idea. In some parts of the world, they’re a must. 
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Automotive Powertrain Design's Past + Future: EVs, Hybrids, IC, Diesel

At the dawn of the automobile age, the question of propulsion was still very much open. In 1900, manufacturers produced 4,192 vehicles in the United States. Of these, ...
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New Hire to Our Powder Metallurgy Company Will Optimize Your ...

To work in a powder metallurgy company, and many similar sectors, is an exercise in endlessly preparing for the future.
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How Metal Powder Is Made: Step 1 of the Powder Metallurgy Process

When most people think of the metal-making process, they picture a stream of molten metal pouring into a mold -- it makes a nice visual for films and commercials. But ...
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Powdered Metal: What’s the Difference Between Sintering and Melting?

If you’re new to powder metallurgy or aren’t involved in the design process, the difference between sintering and melting can be hard to find. 
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COMPONENT SPOTLIGHT: Electrical Lamination + SMC Powder Metal Part

Welcome back to our PM Component Spotlight series, where we ID ideal components for metal powder manufacturing. 
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Electrical Switchgear Parts Design Guide: 6 Bright Ideas

The #1 priority of any design involving electricity should be user safety.
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