PIM International magazine archive 2011

The Powder Injection Moulding International magazine archive for 2011 gives free access to our most recent issues, offering the most comprehensive insight into the world of Metal Injection Moulding and Ceramic Injection Moulding. All issues can be downloaded free of charge as PDF files.



Vol. 5 No. 4 December 2011

  • A review of the current status of MicroPIM: Part 2, Screw injection units, simulation and process variants
  • ITB Precisietechniek: Metal Injection Moulded titanium drives growth at Dutch producer
  • MIM at Euro PM2011: The competition between Metal Injection Moulding and investment casting
  • MIM at Euro PM2011: Metal Injection Moulding of applied functional materials
  • MIM at Euro PM2011: Biomedical applications
  • Raymor AP&C: Leading the way with plasma atomised titanium spherical powders for Metal Injection Moulding
  • Micro-PIM of Barium Titanate
  • The effect of backbone polymer on phase transformation temperatures and pseudo-elasticity of MIM NiTi alloy using a water soluble binder system
  • MIM of W-10%Cu material with ultra fine composite powder

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Vol. 5 No. 3 September 2011

  • A review of the current status of MicroPIM: Materials, processing, microspecific considerations and applications
  • Indo-MIM: The world’s largest capacity Metal Injection Moulding producer sees no limits to the industry’s expansion
  • MIM at PowderMet 2011: Advances in the metal injection moulding of titanium
  • MIM at PowderMet 2011: Advances in ferrous material grades for MIM applications
  • Metal Injection Moulding of Inconel 713C for turbocharger applications
  • Sandvik Osprey: Expanding fine powder production to meet customer demand
  • Improving MIM part quality through enhanced sintering atmosphere control
  • An approach to cost effective low alloyed materials for Metal Injection Molding
  • Bulk Metallic Glasses (BMG): A competing or complementary technology to MIM?

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Vol. 5 No. 2 June 2011

  • MIM in Taiwan: Electronics sector continues to support rapid industry growth
  • Company Visit – FloMet: A North American MIM pioneer continues to expand the possibilities of MIM technology
  • MIM2011 Conference Review: Industry remains confident as markets and regions continue to evolve
  • LÖMI, a leading manufacturer of solvent debinding furnaces, celebrates its 20th anniversary and doubles production capacity
  • Contribution to the development of 18 carat gold alloy shaped by MIM
  • Mixing titanium MIM feedstock: Homogeneity, debinding and handling strength
  • 3D visualisation of flow patterns in injection moulded ceramic green parts

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Vol. 5 No. 1 March 2011

  • PIM in the Aerospace industry: Opportunities and challenges
  • Automation and a focus on value-added services helps Metal Injection Moulding thrive at OBE
  • Carpenter Powder Products: Stepping up the production of gas atomised powder for the MIM industry
  • Investigations into water soluble binder systems for Powder Injection Moulding
  • A new approach to monitoring process temperatures during sintering
  • Effect of a slight addition of Zr on the sintering behaviour of water-atomised 316L stainless steel powder
  • Progress of Two-Component Micro Powder Injection Moulding (2C- MicroPIM)

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The latest issue of PIM International magazine is available to view online or download in PDF format.

As well as an extensive MIM, CIM industry and sinter-based AM industry news section, this 112-page issue includes the following exclusive articles and reports:

  • Element 22: A leader in titanium MIM leverages its expertise to advance sinter-based Ti Additive Manufacturing
  • Digitising part production: A new approach to creating unique part IDs for MIM components
  • Making the business case: How sinter-based Additive Manufacturing can compete with Powder Injection Moulding
  • Reducing MIM part costs with more expensive materials? The re-evaluation of a major 3C application
  • The production and evaluation of alumina sinter supports for Metal Injection Moulding by ceramic Additive Manufacturing
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