Injection molding of titanium alloys will be one of the focal points of the MIM 2010 International Conference on Injection Molding of Metals, Ceramics and Carbides in Long Beach, Calif., from March 29-31. At least six papers will look at aspects of the subject, indicating tremendous potential for the light metal as a molded net shape. Potential aircraft and medical applications top the list. According to a report from BCC Research, the metal injection molding industry is emerging from a global slump and is expected to begin growing at a 13.9% compound average growth rate.
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