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Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF)

Improve interoperability of powder metallurgy and metal injecting molding

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) creates standards that direct the customer and the manufacturer in the production and use of powder metallurgy and metal injecting molding. This collection describes best practices for creating products and also assists the customer with proper material specifications. MPIF standards empower you to:

  • Achieve quality results
  • Develop user-friendly processes
  • Increase market share

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