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Sales presentation mpp vsm

  1. 1. Metal Powder Products Company<br />
  2. 2. Metal Powder Products Company<br />MPP, based in Indianapolis, Indiana, in business for over 50 years, draws on the specialized P/M technologies and manufacturing capabilities of its four operating units within the NAFTA region to provide custom-engineered P/M solutions to customers in a wide variety of industries.<br />
  3. 3. MPP’s Strategy<br />MPP is the premier manufacturer of P/M aluminum parts in the world<br />Continued strategy of growing business by expanding technology and manufacturing bases<br />
  4. 4. Company Profile<br /><ul><li> Metal Powder Products
  5. 5. Employees: 300
  6. 6. Established: 1946
  7. 7. Headquarters: Westfield, IN
  8. 8. Privately held
  9. 9.</li></li></ul><li>MPP’s Facilities<br />Synergies between our four divisions bring added value to our customers.<br />Canada<br />Washington St.<br />Ford Rd.<br />Ridgway<br />
  10. 10. MPP’s Facilities<br /><ul><li> Headquarters
  11. 11. Manufacturing Plant
  12. 12. Sales Office</li></li></ul><li>Markets We Serve<br />MPP serves a variety of markets including:<br />Automotive<br />Architectural Hardware<br />Lawn & Garden<br />Power Tools<br />Heavy Duty Equipment<br />Fluid Power<br />
  13. 13. Market Segments<br />
  14. 14. Material Formulation<br />We are experts in P/M material technology, including the development, selection, and blending of a wide variety of standard and custom P/M materials and alloys, such as:<br />Copper, Bronze, & Brass alloys<br />Soft magnetic materials<br />Aluminum<br />Stainless steel<br />Tool steel<br />Specialty alloys, High strength alloys<br />
  15. 15. Secondary Operations<br />Most parts are formed to net shape and require no secondary machining, however, MPP can perform a variety of secondary operation such as:<br />Milling<br />Turning<br />Drilling<br />Tapping<br />Threading<br />Honing<br />Grinding<br />Hard Turning<br />Oil Impregnation<br />Heat Treating<br />Sizing, Coining & Repressing<br />
  16. 16. Fastening, Joining and Assembly<br />Welding<br />Sinterbonding<br />Sinterbrazing<br />Furnace Brazing<br />Mechanical<br />Swedging<br />Adhesive Bonding<br />
  17. 17. Quality and Manufacturing Strategy <br />Each plant is registered as TS 16949 or ISO 9002<br />Six sigma capabilities<br />Utilize statistical techniques for enhanced process control<br />Continuous quality improvement<br />Flow-line and cell manufacturing for high volume production<br />Full service engineering, metallurgical and inspection capabilities<br />
  18. 18. Full-Service Design and Engineering<br />MPIF Grand Prize Part-of –the-Year Awards in 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007<br />Numerous additional MPIF Part-of-the-Year Design Awards <br />3D Modeling<br />Finite Element Analysis<br />Technical Center in Indianapolis<br />
  19. 19. MPP Materials Development<br />Aluminum<br />Tool Steel<br />Copper<br />Brass<br />Bronze<br />Stainless Steels<br />Ferrous<br />
  20. 20. Modeling<br /><ul><li> Solid works
  21. 21. Cosmos FEA
  22. 22. Pro Engineering </li></li></ul><li>MPP Technical Initiatives<br />Aluminum Structural Parts<br />Soft magnetics<br />Welding/Joining of P/M Parts<br />Surface Densification<br />High Density Materials<br />High Temperature Sintering<br />Sinter Hardening<br />
  23. 23. Aluminum History<br />Making PM aluminum since 1973.<br />Launched Automotive components in 1991. <br />Premier producer of PM aluminum parts in the world.<br />Part of the Year Grand Prize (2006).<br />
  24. 24. New Aluminum Development<br /><ul><li>Customer-driven developments in both automotive and non-automotive markets.
  25. 25. Enhanced material properties through thermal treatment and alloy development.
  26. 26. Secondary processes including coating, machining, and anodizing.
  27. 27. Lightweight, non-corrosive products.</li></li></ul><li>Aluminum Production<br />One Division focused on PM aluminum. <br />Fully integrated with automation and latest robotic technology.<br />In-line RUS defect detecting.<br />Strict quality control procedures, including chemical, mechanical and physical checks.<br />
  28. 28. Stainless Steel<br /><ul><li>High temperature sintering
  29. 29. Corrosion resistance
  30. 30. Non-magnetic
  31. 31. Weldable
  32. 32. Fracture toughness</li></li></ul><li>Tool Steel<br /><ul><li> Blade guides
  33. 33. Wear pads
  34. 34. Excellent wear
  35. 35. resistance
  36. 36. Maintains hardness at
  37. 37. elevated temperatures</li></li></ul><li>Multilayer PM Composites<br />A combination of application-specific materials in a single part<br />Production for magnetic/non- magnetic rings for gasoline-electric hybrid vehicles.<br />Bimetallic steering application <br />Combined wear surface and mechanical strength backing composite under development.<br />
  38. 38. MPP Gear Rolling Technology<br /><ul><li>High surface density
  39. 39. AGMA levels greater </li></ul> than 8<br /><ul><li>Improved performance
  40. 40. Quieter operation
  41. 41. Improved wear
  42. 42. Densification at the</li></ul>tooth surface<br />
  43. 43. Welding/Joining Technology<br />Sinter bonding, and brazing, enables complex components to be joined. This 3-piece product for a pump application won the MPIF Grand Prize for design in 2000.<br />Successfully join P/M and wrought parts by welding - differential case and lock components shown.<br />