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Advanced Powder Products, Inc.


Advanced Powder Products, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Metals and Alloys)
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Functional grading of components requires the design and fabrication of two or more material systems whose combination endows unique properties, specific to the desired application. An example is the... (View Full Article)
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A defect-free, two-material component can be obtained via co-sintering by suitably altering the powder characteristics or compositions, as demonstrated in Part 1. In this paper, a model to ascertain... (View Full Article)
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Porous 316L stainless steel structures have been fabricated via metal injection molding (MIM) for both water- and gas-atomized powders. The metal injection molding process offers the unique ability to... (View Full Article)
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Stainless steel 316L MIM components can be made from either prealloyed powders or from master alloys blended with carbonyl iron powder. In this study these two techniques were compared using... (View Full Article)
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Metal injection molding of gas- and water-atomized Co-28Cr- 6Mo powders is evaluated. Sintering is conducted in different atmospheres to evaluate their effects on sintering response and carbon,... (View Full Article)
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The PIM process produces net-shape or near netshape parts at a reduced manufacturing cost; however, significant process and product qualification is required to ensure that the final product is... (View Full Article)
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This study has examined the effects of nickel alloying additions on the microstructural characteristics and mechanical properties of Fe-xNi-0.85Mo-0.4C-base steels that were powder processed using... (View Full Article)
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In this study, a correlation between green part dimensional variation and feedstock viscosity variation is presented for the powder injection moulding (PIM) manufacturing process. A correlation of an... (View Full Article)