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Volume 6, No. 1 - January 1977


IPM Corporation to Buy NCR’s P/M Assets
TRW Sells Supermet P/M Operations to Stanadyne
Mannesmann Transfers P/M Division to New Corporate Unit
Rhenium Production Jumps 50 Percent in June 1976
New P/M Parts Manufacturer
Elkin Forms Rep Business
Consulting Firm Formed 
National P/M Technical Conference to be Held at Showplace Hotel
1978 International P/M Conference Organized by European Groups
Powder Metallurgy Parts Association Schedules Winter Business Meeting
MPPA Committee Working on New Standards
P/M Symposium and Trade Exhibition to take Place in Russia
PMEA Sponsors Successful Tooling Seminar
P/M Related Patents
People in the News

APMI West Penn Chapter holds January Meeting

Listed from left to right: John Reynolds, Cincinnati Incorporated; Brent Matheson, APMI West Penn Treasurer; Tyler Cuneo, APMI West Penn Chairman; Steve Reed, APMI West Penn Vice Chairman

The West Penn Chapter of the APMI International held their monthly meeting at Gunners, attended by 100 industry professionals and sponsored Elmco PA and Cincinnati Incorporated.

Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy Awards Announced

2021 Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy Award Winners

The Metal Powder Industries Federation's (MPIF) Awards Committee has announced the recipients of the 2023 MPIF Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy (PM) Award that recognizes individuals who have actively served the North American PM industry for at least 25 years and, in the minds of their peers, deserve special recognition.

Could Metal AM Discourage Counterfeit Parts

Researchers at Texas A&M have developed a method to imprint a magnetic tag within metal parts for easier authentication (Courtesy Texas A&M)

Researchers from Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, have developed a method of imprinting a hidden magnetic tag—encoded with authentication information—within manufactured hardware via metal AM. The process is expected to replace physical tags, like QR or barcodes, with imprinted tags to reduce counterfeiting.

America Makes Awards $1.75M to Additive Manufacturing Projects

America Makes, Youngstown, Ohio, has announced funding totaling $1.75 million for two recent project calls, the 2022 Rapid Innovation Call, or RIC, and the Steel Wire-Arc Additive Heat Treatment, or SWAAHT, project. The winning proposals address the evolving challenges of the domestic supply chain and offer progressive solutions, the organization said.


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