• Bringing Value to Production

    In over 30 years of helping customers become more efficient and produce better end products, we have built a library of solutions that can be used to address the challenges of nearly any industry.

    By producing parts with more complex geometry, higher densities and improved dynamic properties, we have been able to serve the needs of customers making everything from delicate medical equipment to heavy duty power transmission systems.Learn More
  • Start To Finish Control

    Whether your needs are for iron, steel, brass, stainless or other special alloys; PMCo will work with you to design the tools, powder mixtures and processes to deliver close tolerances and fine finishes in your parts. Learn More
  • Complete Testing and Evaluation

    Automation and experience make PMCo the choice for meeting the close delivery tolerances of customers working with just in time inventory systems as well as the close tolerances of quality controlled production parts. We have built our reputation around delivery performance that has become the standard for the industry Learn More
  • We specialize in high quality small parts for a wide variety of industries. Our solutions are perfect for everything from delicate medical equipment to heavy duty power transmission parts Learn More
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We specialize in high quality Powdered Metal Parts for a wide variety of industries.
Our solutions are perfect for everything from delicate medical equipment to heavy duty power transmission parts

ISO 9001:2008 Certified

Powder metallurgy is a rather young industrial technology. The first local industries were started mid last century. During the next 30-40 years business expanded primarily within the continents and since the last decade the rate of expansion has accelerated and today the business is truly global. This global business requires new modern tools to support further growth and sharpening of the weapons to compete with other manufacturing technologies. In this context ISO standards supports confidence in powder metallurgy and guides end users, often with global presence, to make the right choice to use components and solutions based on metal powder

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How to Design for Powder Metal production

These design tips will give you some guidance in designing a component to take advantage of what Powder Metal has to offer. Following these parameters will help to reduce the costs of tooling and increase efficiency of production. This is not intended to be an exhaustive guide. Feel free to call PMCo early in the design process so that we can help maximize your component for Powder Metal production.

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A Powder Metal Primer

On of the major advantages of using Powder Metal for production of components is the wide variety of raw materials that can be used to math your needs with regard to cost, durability, quality control, and special needs applications. Metals commonly used include iron. steel. tin, nickel, copper, aluminum, and titanium. Refractory metals such as tungsten, molybdenum, and tantalum may be used as are bronze, brass, stainless steel, and nickel cobalt alloys.

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Comparing Powder Metal to Alternative Processes

Let’s take a look at how Powder Metal compares with alternative production methods which you may want to consider. If it is feasible to make your component with one die and one stamping, stamping will usually be a logical and economical choice. If the part is more complicated and requires multiple dies or a progressive die, tooling costs and production costs may make Powder Metal competitive.

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