PIM International magazine archive 2012

The Powder Injection Moulding International magazine archive for 2012 gives free access to more than 250 pages of Metal Injection Moulding and Ceramic Injection Moulding industry insight. All issues can be downloaded free of charge as PDF files.



Vol. 6 No. 4 December 2012

  • Titanium Metal Injection Moulding at Euro PM2012: Commercial considerations, materials, processing and applications
  • Philips Lighting: The evolution of PIM HID lighting components and the potential for transparent alumina products
  • PM2012 World Congress: Special Interest Seminar reveals strong global growth for PIM, with Asia leading the way
  • PM2012 World Congress: PIM focuses on novel and new materials for advanced applications
  • Advances in the MIM of Mg-Ca alloys for biomedical applications
  • Carbon removal as a crucial parameter in the Powder Injection
  • Processing of a low modulus Ti-Nb biomaterial by Metal Injection Moulding (MIM)
  • Microstructure and tensile properties of Hadfield steel produced by Metal Injection Moulding

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Vol. 6 No. 3 September 2012

  • PM2012 World Congress Preview: Japan’s Metal Injection Moulding industry in the spotlight
  • Epson Atmix Corporation: Major expansion underway after the devastation of the Great East Japan Earthquake
  • Hardex: Expertise in Ceramic Injection Moulded components for Swiss luxury watches
  • Metal Injection Moulding at PowderMet 2012: Advances in powder production, new materials and processing
  • Rapid Prototyping of high-performance ceramics opens new opportunities for the Ceramic Injection Moulding industry
  • Ceramic coated molybdenum setter plates offer increased capacity and energy efficiency
  • An evaluation of coarser iron powders as a substitute for carbonyl iron in low alloyed MIM materials
  • Production of a new Plasma Spheroidised (PS) titanium powder
  • Processing and characterisation of porous NiTi alloy produced by Metal Injection Moulding

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Vol. 6 No. 2 June 2012

  • Advances in PIM biomaterials: Materials, design, processing and biofunctionality
  • A new centre for PIM research in the UK: Sheffield’s Mercury Centre opens for business
  • MIM2012 Review: MIMA’s annual conference returns to the heartland of Metal Injection Moulding
  • New Micro Injection Moulding module presents new opportunities for PIM producers
  • Influence of surface aspects and properties of Metal Injection Moulded titanium alloys for medical applications
  • Manufacturing of a 316L stamper for imprinting by Micro Sacrificial Plastic Mould insert MIM (μ-SPiMIM)
  • A comparative study of MicroPIM and simultaneous Micro Powder Injection Compression Moulding (MicroPICM)

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Vol. 6 No. 1 March 2012

  • Understanding defects in Powder Injection Moulding: Causes and corrective actions
  • Innovation helps producer of CIM products for luxury applications expand into new markets
  • Titanium Powder Injection Moulding (Ti-PIM): Australian conference reviews developments
  • Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) of PIM parts: Material properties and increased productivity
  • Injection moulding simulation: New developments offer rewards for the PIM industry
  • Fabrication of titanium implants with a gradient in porosity by 2-Component-MIM
  • Feedstock development for Powder Injection Moulding of Zirconium Silicate

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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 116-page issue includes the following exclusive articles and reports:

  • The evolution of MIM at Matrix: From transforming the production of eyewear components to luxury goods and beyond
  • Desktop Metal’s Live Sinter™: How simulation software is mitigating sintering distortion
  • High-Cycle Fatigue response of MIM 8620 and 100Cr6 steels and their sensitivity to mean stress, notch sharpness and weld line position
  • Perspectives on extrusion-based metal Additive Manufacturing: From bionic design to hollow structures and foams
  • How on-site gas generation supports the integration of sintering facilities into MIM and sinter-based AM operations
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