Members of the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF), Princeton, N.J., once again prove inventive powder-metal (P/M) parts can outperform their machined, stamped, cast, and forged counterparts.
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- Superlative parts crowned at powder-metal competition
- Grand prize winners
- MPIF Awards of distinction
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For more information on P/M materials
Visit the Metal Powder Industries Federation's new Global Powder Metallurgy Property Database (pmdatabase.com) to find mechanical and physical property data for ferrous alloys, powder forged steels, stainless steels, nonferrous alloys, and bearing alloys. The database provides a one-stop, easily accessible and free source of design data including typical properties and statistical ranges for P/M materials under specific test conditions. A graphing function plots results by various properties versus density and includes the linear regression equation for the plotted lines. Users can plot any two mechanical data sets via the cross-plotting function.