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Metal Additive Manufacturing magazine is published by Inovar Communications Ltd, based in Shrewsbury, UK.

In addition to publishing Metal AM magazine, Inovar also publishes the highly successful Powder Metallurgy Review and Powder Injection Moulding International magazines.

Powder Injection Moulding International

The magazine for the MIM, CIM and sinter-based AM industries

PIM International is the only business-to-business publication dedicated to reporting on technological and commercial advances in the international Metal Injection Moulding (MIM), Ceramic Injection Moulding (CIM) and sinter-based Additive Manufacturing industries.

We are the key source of industry news and information covering all aspects of Powder Injection Moulding and sinter-based AM, and our ever growing readership includes component producers, end-users, industry suppliers and researchers.

Launched in 2007, PIM International is published four times a year and is available in print (ISSN 1753-1497) and digital (ISSN 2055-6667) formats.

Powder Metallurgy Review

The magazine for the Powder Metallurgy industry

Powder Metallurgy Review is the leading magazine for the Powder Metallurgy industry. Published on a quarterly basis, it is available as a free digital download (ISSN 2050-9707) or via a print subscription (ISSN 2050-9693).

Powder Metallurgy Review benefits from distribution at major PM conferences and exhibitions worldwide.

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2022 Winter Metal AM

In the latest issue of Metal AM magazine

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Extensive AM industry news coverage, as well as the following exclusive deep-dive articles:

  • What happens when you take the powder out of AM? Charting the rise of wire-based DED with WAAM3D
  • Smart sensor-integrated parts by AM: A look at a novel possibility with industrial applications
  • Tailored materials for AM: How a 'powder kit' can achieve greater material diversity with fewer resources in PBF-LB
  • QuesTek's ICMD: Faster, cheaper, and better alloy development for Additive Manufacturing
  • NanoAL: Alloy development on an open parameter PBF-LB machine, from installation through to Rapid Alloy Screening
  • Using the Six Sigma method to optimise metal powder spreading in PBF-LB
  • Insights from R&D to part production: How CT analysis can advance metal Binder Jetting
  • Corrosion and wear resistence of materials processed by beam-based AM technologies

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