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The Powder Metallurgy Information Resource for Component Designers and Engineers

Conventional PM ComponentsEfficient and consistent, powder metallurgy (PM) is a value-added engineering process that provides a host of advantages over competing metal-forming technologies.

Powder metallurgy advantages add up to:

  • part-to-part uniformity for improved product quality
  • shape and material flexibility
  • application versatility
  • cost effectiveness
  • and more.

PM is a high-value net-forming solution that optimizing performance in many critical applications.From conventional press and sintering to metal injection molding, and from hot or cold isostatic pressing to metal additive manufacturing (metal 3D printing), powder metallurgy is versatile, sustainable, and can meet many end-user needs. 

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Conventional Powder Metallurgy Process (Trade and Standards Organizations) The powder metallurgy (PM) process, depicted in the diagram below, consists of mixing elemental or alloy powders, compacting the mixture in a die, and then sintering, or heating, the resultant shapes... (View Full Article)
Isostatic Pressing (Trade and Standards Organizations) Isostatic pressing is a powder metallurgy (PM) forming process that applies equal pressure in all directions on a powder compact, thus achieving maximum uniformity of density and microstructure... (View Full Article)



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