MORE progress in the art of powder metallurgy is said to have been madcin the last year in the United States than in the preceding ten years. The new developments and great expansion of production by this method are direct consequences of the demand for the fastest possible output of the largest possible volume of equipment for war. This objective is attained in part by taking advantage of the speed with which duplicate parts of machines can be pressed from powdered metals.
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