The MPIF’s Powder Metallurgy Sintering Seminar will run in person from November 15–16, 2022 (Courtesy MPIF)
The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) will hold its Powder Metallurgy Sintering Seminar from November 15–16, 2022, in person at the Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel in State College, Pennsylvania, USA.
Held every two years, this two-day seminar is aimed at industry professionals either new to sintering or looking to further expand their knowledge of the process. Topics covered will include basic theory and practices, sintering at normal or elevated temperatures, improving properties of PM parts, the latest equipment and efficiency, as well as debinding and sintering of MIM and sinter-based metal AM components.
The programme for the popular event includes:
Theory and Practices of Conventional PM Sintering and High-Temperature Sintering Carl Blais, Laval University, Québec City, Canada
Using Metallography Techniques to Study Sintering in Ferrous PM Materials Conventional Sintering Furnaces Thomas F Murphy, FAPMI, Hoeganaes Corporation
High Temperature Continuous Sintering Furnaces Mark Saline, Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems
Advancements and Options for Sintering Furnaces Stephen L Feldbauer, Abbott Furnace Company
Achieving High Performance through the Use of High Temperature Sintering Thomas F Murphy
Optimizing the Design of Sintering Furnace Belts Richard D Riva II, Wire-Mesh Products Inc.
Fundamentals of Vacuum Sintering Mark Saline
Safety, Production and Role of Sintering Furnace Atmospheres Raymond Serafini, PMT, Messer Industrial Gases
Troubleshooting and Preventive Maintenance of Furnace Atmospheres for PM Sintering Thomas Philips, Air Products
Introduction to AIAG CQl-9 Brian Martensen, AIAG Automotive Industry Action Group
Conventional Sintering of Ferrous Materials Roland T Warzel III, North American Höganäs Co.
Sintering of Stainless Steel Roland T Warzel III
Sintering Processes for Nonferrous Materials Wayne Daye, Kymera International
Sintering Refractory Metals Jim Neil, CM Furnaces
Sintering in Metal Injection Molding (MIM) Mathew Bulger, ATPM Consulting
Debinding & Sintering of Metal Additive Manufactured Components Bryan C Sherman, DSH Technologies, LLC
Registration is now open, with early discounted rates available until October 7.