MPIF names Michael Stucky as its new president

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November 7, 2023

November 7, 2023

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) reports it has elected Michael Stucky as the trade association’s 32nd president. Stucky’s two-year term began upon the conclusion of the MPIF’s annual Business Meeting, held on October 30, 2023.

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Stucky, currently Business Unit Director at Norwood Medical, Bellbrook, Ohio, has been with Norwood for the past eleven years. Previously, he worked another eleven years at NetShape Technologies and ten at PCC Airfoils.

Being very active within the MPIF and the Metal Injection Molding Association, Stucky has served on the MPIF Board of Governors as MIMA President. He is currently chairman of the MIMA Standards Committee, a MIMA representative on the MPIF Technical Board and was a co-chair of the PowderMet2023, MIM2017 and MIM2018 conferences. Over the years he also served on the PowderMet and AMPM Technical Program Committees. Stucky received the Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy Award in 2019.

The MPIF also announced that Timothy Hackett has also been named president of the Metal Powder Producers Association (MPPA) and Stefan Joens as president of the Metal Injection Molding Association (MIMA). Nicola Gismondi and Christopher Adam, have retained their positions as a presidents of Powder Metallurgy Parts Association (PMPA) and Association for Metal Additive Manufacturing (AMAM), respectively.

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