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GKN plc has reported a 20% increase in the group’s operating profit to £661 million in 2013, up from £553 million in 2012. Pre-tax profit was stated to be £578 million, up %17, with sales across the group up 10% on the previous year at £7,594 million......Click for more
As the applications for Powder Metallurgy (PM) structural parts become increasingly more demanding there is a need for parts with higher strength, hardness, and ductility. The most effective way to satisfy customer needs and achieve improvements in all of these areas simultaneously is to raise the density of the compacted parts, claims Hoeganaes Corporation.....Click for more
Powder Metallurgy (PM) parts are becoming increasingly sophisticated and the variety of product shapes is on the rise, states Swiss tooling system manufacturer Erowa AG. The frequent changeover of tooling used in powder presses can greatly reduce valuable production time...Click for more
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This year marks 25 years since the formation of the European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) in Brussels, Belgium. The EPMA will celebrate rea... Full story
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NanoSteel introduces micro peening alloy with high hardness and durability for peening to precise specifications
The NanoSteel Company, a US based leader in nano-structured steel materials design, has announced the introduction of its proprietary EverShot&trad... Full story
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FEATURE ARTICLE: 2013 Hagen Symposium: Characterisation of the surface densification process on sintered gear components by numerical methods
The Hagen Symposium, organised by the Fachverband Pulvermetallurgie, is the annual meeting for many German-speaking Powder Metallurgists. The 32nd symposium took place in Hagen’s Civic Hall from November 28-29, 2013 and attracted over 200 participants and 62 exhibitors. In the fourth of our exclusive articles for Powder Metallurgy Review Dr Georg Schlieper reviews a paper by Dipl.-Ing. Christian Sandner, Miba Sinter Austria, on the application of numerical methods for the development of the gear rolling process....Click for more
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In the Special Interest Program on “Technologies for PM Growth” at PowderMet 2013, held in Chicago, June 24-27, 2013, a presentation by... Full story
In the second of our reports from the Euro PM2013 conference, Gothenburg, September 15-18 2013, Dr Georg Schlieper reviews a number of papers focus... Full story
2013 Hagen Symposium: Skaupy recipient Josef Seyrkammer recalls Powder Metallurgy milestones during his career at Miba
The Hagen Symposium, organised by the Fachverband Pulvermetallurgie, is the annual meeting for many German-speaking powder metallurgists. The 32nd ... Full story
In the third of our reports from the Euro PM2013 conference, Gothenburg, September 15-18 2013, Dr Georg Schlieper reviews a number of papers focuse... Full story
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