The MPIF says that registration is now open for its annual Basic PM Short Course, taking place in –State College, PA, USA, from 12–14 August 2019. This is the program's 55th anniversary.
This year’s programming will focus on:
- the history, current practice, and the future of PM
- why PM is a leading method for producing metal parts
- applications that use PM parts
- designing for PM
- how metal powders are produced
- designs for compacting tools
- how sintering develops functional properties
- secondary operations
- MPIF standards and tests
- metal injection molding
- high-tech PM technologies, including metal additive manufacturing.
‘The Basic PM Short Course is not only the best way for those new to the industry to gain exposure to the opportunities presented by the PM industry, but also provides stepping stones for career advancement for engineers who need to enhance their background in PM with one-on-one interaction with the industry leaders teaching throughout the course,’ said Turner Abbott, office and technical services, MPIF.
Visit the Basic PM Short Course page to register.
This story uses material from the MPIF, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.