PIM International magazine archive 2008

The following issues of Powder Injection Moulding International are not currently available in digital format. More information on contents and details of how to purchase back issues in print format is available for each issue. We plan to add all issues as free downloads in the near future.



Vol. 2 No. 4 December 2008

  • Designing for metal injection moulding: a guide for designers and end-users
  • EPMA awards highlight diversity of powder injection moulding in Europe
  • Euro PM2008: workshop focuses on quality of MIM products
  • Euro PM2008: microMIM and ceramic-steel composites become a reality
  • Two-component CIM parts for the automotive and railway sectors
  • Powder injection moulding at Canada’s National Research Council
  • PM2008 World Congress: new target applications for powder injection moulding
  • Quantitative study of powder binder separation of feedstocks
  • Influence of carbon content on microstructure and tensile properties of the 17-4 PH stainless steel produced by MIM
  • Accuracy evaluation of ultra-compact gears manufactured by the microMIM process

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Vol. 2 No. 3 September 2008

  • Feedstock for PIM: production and commercial suppliers
  • Company visit: BASF, a leader in the supply of ready-to-mould feedstock for metal and ceramic components
  • PM2008 World Congress Review Part 1: Modelling enhances PIM processing
  • PIM supply chain exhibits wares at the PM2008 World Congress
  • MPIF award winning MIM parts 2008
  • Company visit: Arburg sets the pace in the production of moulding machines for PIM
  • Company visit: Egide: Strong demand from the medical sector drives growth for UK PIM producer
  • Debinding strategy for injection moulded ceramic components
  • Liquid infiltration property of micro-porous stainless steel produced by powder space holder method
  • Cooling performance of tube X-COOLER shaped by MIM technology
  • Micro-channelled heat exchanger manufactured by Ceramic Injection Moulding and co-firing
    Luc Federzoni and Pascal Revirand

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Vol. 2 No. 2 June 2008

  • Titanium and titanium alloys for medical applications: opportunities and challenges
  • Watch cases and bracelet parts: PIM moves upmarket
  • Powder Injection Moulding in Japan: Part 2
  • The potential of PIM for the manufacture of precious metal jewellery
  • Production of fine titanium powders via the Hydride-Dehydride (HDH) process
  • Philips AMS selects metal injection moulding for HID lamp electrodes
  • Looking to the future: Magnesium powder injection moulding
  • A study of the effects of sintering parameters on the microstructure and properties of PIM Ti6Al4V alloy
  • Material homogeneity in powder injection moulded ceramic microchannel arrays

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Vol. 2 No. 1 March 2008

  • Back to Basics: Injection moulding is no problem!
  • JPMA: Providing an unrivalled insight into Japan’s MIM industry
  • Epson Atmix: Japan’s unique MIM powder and parts producer prepares for industry growth
  • Micro powder injection moulding – challenges and opportunities
  • Divergences in global powder injection moulding
  • Tube type X-COOLER for microprocessors produced by MIM technology
  • Developments in multi-component powder injection moulding of steel-ceramic compounds using green tapes for inmould label process
  • Powder injection moulding of NiTi shape memory materials

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As well as an extensive MIM, CIM industry and sinter-based AM industry news section, this 108-page issue includes the following exclusive articles and reports:

  • Indo-MIM: Exploring the dividing line between Metal Injection Moulding and Binder Jetting
  • In MIM we trust: Integrating optical fingerprinting in Metal Injection Moulded products
  • Beyond Ceramic Injection Moulding: The potential of Binder Jetting for complex ceramic structures
  • High-nitrogen, nickel-free austenitic stainless steel for Metal Injection Moulding
  • The sustainability of Metal Injection Moulding: from powder to feedstock and finished parts
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