Find a Fabricator

Are you looking for a powder metallurgy fabricator? Use the directory below to find the right PM fabricator to build your component. Search based on the type of process (press-and-sinter/conventional powder metallurgy, metal injection molding, isostatic pressing, and metal additive manufacturing), material, type of part, or even by industry segment. From bearings and flanges to spray nozzles and flow restrictors, our directory encompasses well over 100 member companies of the Metal Powder Industries Federation who are ready to help you design your PM component.

Involving a powder metallurgy parts manufacturer early in the design process is important. Accurate specifications are essential to formulating quotes.
Download a checklist to help sort out specific design needs before or during your initial conversation with a potential PM fabricator.

Directory Detail
MPP is the Global Leader in the production of engineered components using advanced Powder Metallurgy (PM) and Metal Injection Molding (MIM) techniques, used in numerous industries and applications. MPP has operations in North America and China serving customers globally. Design collaboration is part of our Conversioneering™ process, were we help customers convert from more costly technologies. MPP is also a leader in design and manufacturing of Aluminum Powered Metal components.
Armatures/Poles, Bearings/Flanges, Cams/Lobes/Pawls, Gears/Sprockets/Pulleys, Sensor Rings
Press and Sinter
Aerospace, Agricultural, Off-Highway, Recreational Vehicle, Appliances, Food Service, Cutlery, Automotive, Defense, Electronic and Computers, Hardware Power Tools, Industrial (small engine, pumps, power transfer, value parts), Lawn and Garden, Recreational, Sporting Goods, Medical and Dental, Oil Exploration,
ISO 14001
ISO/TS 16949

Company Contacts

RoleNameEmail
Primary Sales RepresentativeNicks, Anthony R.anicks@mppinnovation.com

Additional Demographics and Lists

ListItem
Furnaces2,100 ˚F - 2,300 ˚F
Furnaces2,300 ˚F - 3,000 ˚F
FurnacesContinuous belt
FurnacesPusher
FurnacesSinter hardening
Furnacesup to 2,100 ˚F
MaterialsAluminum
MaterialsBrass
MaterialsBronze
MaterialsChromium Alloys and Chromium
MaterialsCopper, Bronze, Brass
MaterialsIron & Iron Alloys
MaterialsMagnetic
MaterialsPhosphorus Iron
MaterialsStainless Steel
MaterialsSuperalloys
MaterialsTungsten & Tungsten Alloys
SpecialtiesCNC machining
SpecialtiesCoating
SpecialtiesCopper Infiltration
SpecialtiesDrilling & tapping
SpecialtiesGrinding
SpecialtiesSecondary Operation
SpecialtiesShot peening
SpecialtiesSizing & Coining
SpecialtiesSurface densification & gear rolling