MIM 2010 conference to focus on Ti-PIM

January 15, 2010

MIM 2010 conference to focus on Titanium Powder Injection Molding - 000838The MIM 2010 International Conference on Injection Molding of Metals, Ceramics and Carbides returns to Long Beach, California, USA, from March 29-31 2010.

Sponsored by North America’s Metal Injection Molding Association, a trade association of the MPIF, the event is chaired by Animesh Bose, Materials Processing, Inc., and Fred Robinson, Kinetics Climax, Inc.

As well as general PIM related presentations, a session will be devoted to the Metal Injection Molding (MIM) of titanium, featuring the following presentations from industry experts in North America, Europe and Asia:

  • The Metal Powder Injection Molding of Various Titanium Compositions
    Randall M. German, FAPMI
  • Oxygen Sources and Control in Titanium PIM Process
    E.Baril, L.P.Lefebvre, Y.Thomas
  • Effect of Additives on Sintering Response of Titanium by Powder Injection Molding
    Antonryaj Arockiasamy, Brandon Adcock, Donald F. Heaney, Paul Wang and Mark F. Horstemeyer
  • High-Performance Injection Molded Ti-6Al-4V Alloy Materials added Mo, Fe, Cr
    Hideshi Miura, Toshiaki Uematsu and Kenji Sato
  • Titanium and Titanium–Nickel Parts Processed by PIM of TiH2–Based Feedstocks
    E. Carreño-Morelli and J.-E. Bidaux
  • Manufacturing of Implantable Medical Devices by Metal Injection Molding
    J. Alan Sago, Mark W. Broadley, and John K. Eckert
  • Cytotoxicity Study on the Titanium Alloy Parts Produced by Metal Injection Molding Technique
    R. Ibrahim, M. Azmirruddin, M. Jabir, M. Ridhuan, M. Muhamad, M. Rafiq, N. A. Kasim, and S. Muhamad

General sessions include a broad selection of papers, including the following (as of January 2010):

  • North American Metal Injection Molding Status Review
    Matthew Bulger
  • Influence of Carbides Reinforcement on the Sintering Process of M2 HSS Feedstock
    G. Herranz, R. Alonso, G. Rodríguez
  • MIM of 316L Stainless Steel Feedstock and Preparation for Numerical Simulations of Sintering Stage
    T. Barriere, X. Kong, and J.C. Gelin
  • Advanced Stainless Steels through PIM Processing
    Tim McCabe
  • Particle-Size Distributions—Effect of Powder Size on Sintering and Part Properties
    Toby A. Tingskog, Martin A. Kearns, and Don Whychell
  • The Relationship between Feedstock Solids Loading and Component Distortion in a Production MIM Process
    M. Bulger, M. Stucky and H. Zhang
  • How to Correlate Part Dimensions Using Molding and Sintering Parameters
    Philip Corrin, SK Tam, Billy Yim
  • Quantifying the Effects of Metal Injection Molding Automation
    Deno K. Georgaras
  • MIM Alloy 718 for Aerospace Components
    Jimmy Lu and Richard Fox
  • Energy-Efficient Powder Injection Molding
    Uwe Haupt
  • Recycling of Ferrous Powders by Metal Injection Molding Process
    C. Quinard, X. Kong, T. Barriere, J.-C. Gelin, Y. Bienvenu, L. Piezanowski, J. Hugentobler, and , J.-L. Roth
  • Measurement and Assurance of Temperature Uniformity in a Batch MIM Sintering Furnace
    Claus Joens and Satyajit Banerjee
  • Fabrication of Microstructured Parts by Nano-Imprint Lithography Sacrificial Plastic Mold Insert MIM Using Nanoscale Copper Powder
    Kazuaki NISHIYABU, Daiki TANABE, Yasuhiro KANOKO, and Shigeo TANAKA
  • Parametric Optimization of Metal Injection Molding (MIM) Process Using ANOVA and ANNs
    Md. Hamiuddin and Praveen Pachauri

A special keynote presentation will be made by Lars Gehlback, of Sybon Dental Specialties, USA, focusing on the advantages of MIM over competing technologies and on the impact the technology has made in orthodontics.

 

Powder Injection Molding Tutorial

In addition to conference sessions, there will also be a 1 day Powder Injection Molding Tutorial presented by Randall M. German, San Diego State University.

This will provide a basis for determining options, uses, properties, applications, and opportunities for cost-effective PIM manufacturing. Individuals who will benefit from the tutorial include engineers, business managers, procurement managers, component designers, and technicians.

This course is also a must for consumers of PIM components and organizations that are exploring the opportunities associated with developing their own PIM manufacturing facilities.

For further information and registration information visit www.mpif.org

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