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Volume 12, No. 3, April 1983

Headlines:

New P/M Ceramic Consolidation Process Available for Licensing
Ford Eyes Mammoth P/M Effort
Hoeganaes' 1982 Sales Dip
Pyron's Iron Powder Sales Decline
Davy McKee Commissions Powder Plants in Russia and Yugoslavia
QMP Offers New Specialty Iron Powders
P/M Parts Fabricators to Purchase New Equipment in 1983
Single System Combines CIP and HIP
Automated Titanium Carbide Coating Equipment
PTX-Pentronix Sells Electronic Balances
SCM Markets Electrolytic Iron Chips
Don't Forget New Orleans
Competition Winners Judged
April Journal
P/M Highly Visible at Design Engineering Show
Compacting/Tooling Seminar
P/M SIC Code Error
MPIF Seeking Authors
People in the News

APMI West Penn Chapter holds April Meeting


Listed from left to right: Roland Warzell III, North American Höganäs Co; Tyler Cuneo, APMI West Penn Chairman; Sean Rupprecht, APMI West Penn Secretary; Steve Reed Jr, APMI West Penn Vice Chairman.

The West Penn Chapter of the APMI International held their monthly meeting at Gunners, attended by over 100 industry professionals and sponsored North American Höganäs Co.

Concurrent Technologies Corporation Earns Two Patents for Metal Injection Molded Ammunition Cartridge Cases


CTC President and CEO Ed Sheehan (left) and CTC Executive VP and COO George Appley (right) congratulate the team on this successful patent. Shawn Rhodes (center) attended the recognition ceremony along with the rest of the team, who joined via video conference.

Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), Johnstown, Pennsylvania, has been awarded two patents for “Shell case design utilizing metal injection molding.” These patents detail the invention of a single-piece, high-strength metallic cartridge case that is stronger, stiffer, and lighter than traditional brass. The revolutionary new design is a joint development between CTC and the U.S. Army to improve warfighter effectiveness through increased lethality, improved accuracy, and reduced ammunition weight.

Highlights from MIM2023 as Seen through the Eyes of Joe Capus

The 2023 International Conference on Injection Molding of Metals, Ceramics and Carbides, sponsored by MPIF and APMI, was held as a live/virtual hybrid event February 27-March 1 at the Hilton Orange County, Costa Mesa, California. The conference was preceded by a tutorial on Powder Injection Molding given by Matthew Bulger, ATPM Consulting, as well as a reception at the ARBURG Technology Center. A tabletop exhibition and networking reception were also included in the program. Attendance was over 130 representing twelve countries. The conference was an outstanding event and would have been an “eye-opener” for anyone who had not attended the annual MIM conference for a few years. The MIM industry has embraced additive manufacturing as an adjunct technology that can assist in the design of mold tooling for injection molding as well as sharing common process steps such as debinding and sintering as well as materials. The MIM conferences have moved on to include a number of novel 3-D printing technologies that offer new application opportunities.

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