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COVID- 19 UPDATE
To our valued Customers and Partners Atlas Pressed Metals is a manufacturer of components that are critical to life. As such, we are open and producing to our customers orders. We are following the guidelines provided by the World Health Organization to protect the health of our employees, community, partners and customers. You can read more here.

2018 Year in Review

Happy New Year! Atlas Pressed Metals marked a big year in 2018. A new addition to the plant in DuBois, new equipment, new staff and more. As we develop our blog feed, we have also added some additional technical content to our website, aimed to broaden the knowledge about powder metals as a prevalent and trusted metal forming method. Some of our most popular posts of 2018 can be accessed conveniently in this 2018 Year in Review. As always, our staff is available to answer any questions directly. So please take a few minutes to check out any articles you may have missed, or contact our sales department to learn more. Wishing you a prosperous and successful year of growth in 2019!

FEBRUARY - When Powdered Metal Meets Plastic - A common use of sintered or powdered metal (PM) componentry is to utilize the strength and wear resistance of metals to enhance the performance of plastics.
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APRIL - Rules of Thumb for Manufacturing with Powdered or Sintered Metal - We've put together a list of some rules of thumb to keep in mind during the initial design phase and throughout the process of developing PM components.
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MAY - New Presses Installed - Atlas Pressed Metals has recently installed two additional compaction presses on its manufacturing floor: A new 175-ton CNC fully hydraulic Osterwalder press and a Gasbarre 100-ton die set press with two lower and...
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SEPTEMBER - NEW VIDEO: 6 Reasons to Use Powdered Metal When Machining Isn't Cutting It
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NOVEMBER - Atlas Pressed Metals' 45,000-sq-ft Addition is Complete
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