Each year in August, powder metal industry experts join together to teach up and coming professionals about the building blocks of powder metallurgy. The MPIF PM Basic Short Course is a vital educational tool for the entire industry. Each speaker is an expert in their field and provides invaluable knowledge. Combined, the speakers have an incredible total of over 450 years of relative in-industry experience. The course is specifically designed for those who want to expand their knowledge of PM; enhance their opportunities to advance; and for those who are looking to deepen their understanding in the specialized area of PM.
Over the past two decades, Gasbarre experts have shared their extensive knowledge with the next generation of the powder metal industry. This year, Mark Thomason, PMT lectured on ‘Basic Principles of Compaction’. The presentation touches on different PM forming methods, including standard and multi-level compaction presses, as well as, isostatic pressing. Mark also touches on effective filling, powder transfer, and deflection compensation. His experience in various operations from pressing to sintering, gives the students a great perspective on the entire process from start to finish.
If you have not taken the course, next year is your year! When you attend this course, you will learn about the history of PM, the many applications that use PM parts, how metal powders are produced, how sintering develops functional properties, and much, much more! However, if you ever need any help or support for your operations, Gasbarre is here for you. Contact us today!
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