MPIF and APMI International launch technical webinar series

May 13, 2020

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) and APMI International, the American Powder Metallurgy Institute, have launched a series of complimentary technical webinars for its members.

The first set of webinars, which include ‘Ferrous Materials and Properties’ and ‘Powder Production for AM, PM and MIM’ are scheduled for the following dates:

Ferrous Materials and Properties
May 13, 2020, at 11:00 EST
Sponsored by North American Höganäs Co.

Powder Production for AM, PM and MIM
May 20, 2020, at 11:00 EST
Sponsored by Rio Tinto

Upcoming webinars are expected to include:

  • Marketing During Challenging Times (MPIF Executive Level)
  • Ferrous Materials and Properties (MPIF and APMI Members)
  • Powder Production for AM, PM & MIM (MPIF and APMI Members)
  • An Overview of MPIF Member Benefits (MPIF Executive Level)
  • Titanium (MPIF and APMI Members)
  • Economic Indicators & Industry Trends Overview (MPIF Members)
  • The PMPA Marketing Statistics Program (PMPA Members)
  • State of the Global PM Industry (MPIF and APMI Members )
  • Atomization (MPIF and APMI Members)
  • FEA Modeling (MPIF and APMI Members)
  • Economic Indicators: Powder Focus (MPPA and RMA Members)

Registration details are available via the institutes’ websites.

www.mpif.org

www.apmiinternational.org

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