MIM producer PCC-AFT takes a unique approach to educating end-users

October 24, 2010

Parts producer PCC Advanced Forming Technology, head quartered in Longmount, CO, USA, and with additional production facilities in Hungary, is taking a hands-on approach to educating users as to the benefits of the MIM process.

The company runs a series of free introductory seminars, called “The AFT-MIM School”, in both USA and Europe specifically targeted at the end-user community, including engineers, buyers and quality control specialists in the mechanical components field.

The result is a series of two day courses that provide a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of MIM processing. Sessions are dedicated to:

  • Powders and Compounding
  • Injection Moulding
  • Designing for MIM
  • Manufacturing Steps
  • Quality
  • Secondary Operations

Participants also learn how to combine two materials in one component, design with internal threads that require no machining, and combine several components and assemblies into one part.

For further information and registration details contact Mitch Lehigh, [email protected]

 

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