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Motors & More: Electrical Steel Uses & Whether Powder Metal's Better

No one process is consistently perfect for every single manufacturing application. There are times when electrical steel lamination is clearly the better option for a ...
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5 Steps to Convert Your Die Casting Application to Powder Metallurgy

The path designers take to make the best metal component possible is always changing as new avenues of technology open. Notably, more product makers of today are ...
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4 Advances in Powder Metallurgy Technology Customers Must Know

Powder metallurgy technology has come a long way. While some sectors have stalled in the last few decades, the more thrill-seeking of us suppliers and customers are ...
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Powder Metal Vs. Forged Parts: Advantages & Disadvantages

Engineers, and probably purchasers too, have been comparing powder metallurgy with competing processes for a long, long time. As for powder metal parts vs. forged parts, ...
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Metal Injection Molding Vs. Powder Metallurgy the 'Old' Way

If you’ve paid any attention to the “Part of the Year” awards in powder metallurgy circles, you’ve probably noticed that metal injection molding (MIM) parts are popular ...
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3 Pros and Cons of Additive Manufacturing Vs. Powder Metallurgy

Sometimes manufacturing moves faster than its customers. Technologies that seemed unthinkable a decade ago are now suddenly part of the mainstream -- or so you hear.
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History of Powder Metallurgy & Metal Powder Products - & Their Future

Today most metal powder products are produced through compaction and sintering. That hasn't always been the case, though -- just look at the ancient Egyptians.
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Powder Metallurgy Advantages for Hand Tool and Lawn/Garden Products

Competition is fierce in the expanding hand tool and lawn & garden products industries. As an engineer or purchasing agent for these industries, are there enough ...
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Beginner's Look at High-Temperature Sintered Parts

Sintered parts start out as powder compacts, sometimes referred to as “green” parts. Heating these in a furnace -- a process known as sintering -- bonds the powder ...
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5 Major Trends in Automotive Technology

The automotive industry and powder metallurgy are synonymous with each other. Like (most) other industries today, the auto industry continues to push the envelope in ...
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