Instructional Seminars and Training Services
Powder Metallurgy Touches Your Life Part 1: A showcase of where powder metallurgy (and metal powders) are used in day-to-day life, Powder Metallurgy Touches Your Life includes examples of isostatic pressing, press-and-sinter, metal injection molding, and more.
Powder Metallurgy Touches Your Life Part 2: The second half of a showcase of where powder metallurgy (and metal powders) are used in day-to-day life, this video series includes examples of isostatic pressing, press-and-sinter, metal injection molding, and more.
Hot Isostatic Pressing: This is an introduction to the technology of hot isostatic pressing (HIP), which is generally used to produce large powder metallurgy (PM) parts to near-net shapes of varied complexity.
Design Decision Guide for Powder Metallurgy: This video presents a brief decision process and guide for determining feasibility of powder metallurgy technology for successful powder metallurgy part production.
The Value of Powder Metallurgy in the Automotive Market: The automotive industry is the dominant market for powder metallurgy (PM) components. In the changing industrial landscape, market demand requires more than just a durable component. Learn how PM makes this possible.
Introducing Powder Metallurgy and the PM Industry: his video discusses a basic overview of several powder metallurgy processes including press-and-sinter, metal injection molding, isostatic pressing, and metal additive manufacturing, and covers an overview of the PM industry.
Technical Courses and Programs
Metal Additive Manufacturing: This introductory video covers the basics of metal AM (3D printing), a few of the many types of metal AM, how the metal powders are made, and a few of the types of metal powders currently in use. Learn more at PickPM.com
Conventional Press-and-Sinter Powder Metallurgy: Powder metallurgy uses metal powder molded by compaction in a closed die. Molded green compacts are sintered and finished to produce a variety of parts used by automotive, recreation, agricultural, hydraulics, and other markets.
An Overview of Metal Injection Molding: What is metal injection molding (MIM)? Is your component a good fit for MIM? Find the intersection of material performance, production quantity, shape complexity, and component cost with the help of a MIM fabricator. Learn more at PickPM.com
The Sustainability Continuum: The Sustainability Continuum