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Global Powder Metallurgy Property Database 

This interactive database provides material property information covering a wide range of powder metallurgy (PM) material systems. Its aim is to enable designers/manufacturers of components and systems to make an informed choice about using PM materials in a wide variety of applications. 

The information contained in this database has been drawn from an extensive range of sources in order to provide the world's most comprehensive and reliable PM data source. Visit the Global PM Property Database today.

 


Guide to Powder Metallurgy Microstructures

The Guide to Powder Metallurgy Microstructures is a reference for education for comparison purposes to aid the end-user community in the interpretation of PM microstructures. 

Build a better appreciation of: 

  • engineering new components 
  • designing new materials 
  • solving various types of quality problems 

This website provides examples of typical microstructures developed during common sintering practices.

Visit the Guide to PM Microstructures

Our Family of Websites 

Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF)—Promotion and development of powder metallurgy technology in North America.  

PickPM.com—A powder metallurgy information resource for component designers and engineers  

Metal Injection Molding Association (MIMA)—Design and benefits of producing components using metal injection molding technologies  

Isostatic Pressing Association (IPA)—The world's most comprehensive website for HIP (hot isostatic pressing) and CIP (cold isostatic pressing) 

Center for Powder Metallurgy Technology (CPMT)—Providing coordination and cooperation within the corporate world and academia to grow powder metallurgy 

Global PM Property Database—A free resource for comprehensive material property data for metal powder components 

Other Sites of Interest

 

European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA)—Promotion and development of PM technology in Europe  

Japanese Powder Metallurgy Association (JPMA)—Promotion and development of PM technology in Japan  

Asian Powder Metallurgy Association (APMA)—Promotion and development of PM technology in Asia 


Our Family of Websites