Programme published for EPMA’s Metal Injection Moulding seminar

April 28, 2023

The EPMA’s Metal Injection Moulding seminar will discuss MIM powders and feedstock, as well as a look at sintering and sinter-based Additive Manufacturing (Courtesy EPMA)
The EPMA’s Metal Injection Moulding seminar will discuss MIM powders and feedstock, as well as a look at sintering and sinter-based Additive Manufacturing (Courtesy EPMA)

The programme for the EPMA’s Metal Injection Moulding seminar, taking place May 24-25, 2023, has now been published and includes a number of presentations discussing MIM powders and feedstock, as well as a look at sintering and sinter-based Additive Manufacturing. The event will be hosted by Sandvik Coromant in Sandviken, Sweden, and will include a tour of the Sandvik facilities.

In addition to the seminar presentations, there will be two interactive sessions, the first discussing MIM and sinter-based AM, the second looking at the sustainability of MIM. These interactive sessions will give delegates the ideal opportunity to share their views on the topics, highlight priorities and discuss the latest developments.

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The MIM Seminar will include the following presentations:

  • MIM experience with newly developed water atomised fine powder, Linus Lidman, Höganäs AB
  • Inert gas-atomised metal powders for Metal Injection Moulding & sintered-based Additive Manufacturing, Paul Davies, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing
  • MIM feedstocks characterisation: an overview and a discussion of our results, Matteo Perina, MIMEST srl
  • Static and cyclic properties of one- and twin-gated MIM-steels with an introduction into fracture mechanics, Dennis Wawoczny, GKN Powder Metallurgy
  • Microstructure and mechanical properties of FSLA steel produced by Metal Injection Moulding, Lane Donoho, Advanced Metalworking Practices
  • Impact of gas guiding and optimal quantities of gas flows during sintering for Metal Injection Moulding (MIM) furnace product line: CFD simulations, customer feedback, improved component quality, Maximilian Mungenast, Carbolite Gero GmbH & Co. KG
  • Sintering kinetics and derived master sintering curves of MIM steels and its application in a production environment, Dennis Wawoczny, GKN Powder Metallurgy
  • Implementation of advanced calculation tools for optimization of the sintering parameters of Inert-gas atomised metal powders, Eleonora Bettini, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing
  • Using Additive Manufacturing to reduce Time-To-Market for Powder Injection Moulding components, René Bult, Formatec
  • An Examination of MIM and Binder Jet at Parmatech, Josh Carroll, Parmatech
  • Interactive Session 1 : MIM and sinter-based AM (Moderator: Paul Davies, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing)
  • Interactive Session 2 : Sustainability of MIM (Moderator: Sebastian Hein, Fraunhofer IFAM Bremen)

The registration deadline is May 10.

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