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nCode Products News - Winter 2014

We are pleased to share some recent news announcements including the addition of 7 new materials to the nCode Premium Materials Database, the announcement of our 2015 HBM nCode User Group Meeting and the recent anniversary celebrated by the Global Powder Metallurgy Property Database.

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New Materials Added To Premium Materials Database

HBM-nCode have released 7 new materials into its Premium Materials Database, providing engineers with reliable, high-quality fatigue parameters, helping to eliminate the need for costly material tests. 

The Premium Materials Database, available exclusively to nCode CDS users, consists of 87 materials derived from tests performed in the ISO 9001 certified Advanced Materials Characterization & Test Facility (AMCT Facility) operated by HBM-nCode. The AMCT Facility uses tried, tested, and assured processes to provide data under this strict certification.

Learn more and gain access to the Premium Materials Database

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Now accepting abstracts for the 2015 HBM nCode User Group Meeting

HBM nCode is accepting user stories for its User Group Meeting (UGM) which will be in Livonia, Michigan (USA) on March 4/5, 2015.

We are seeking engineers that have used nCode software to design products for durability, reduce testing time or automate analysis processes. 

Don’t know where to start? View presentations from 2014 User Group Meeting on YouTube.

Abstracts will be accepted through January 23. We request that you submit your proposal online

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We'd Like to Hear from You

We are seeking feedback to understand the analysis needs of our customers and the level to which existing nCode products are satisfying those needs. 

We are thankful for those who have already responded. For customers who haven’t, please click the start survey link below to provide us with your feedback.

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Global Powder Metallurgy Database Celebrates 10 Years

October 2004 saw the launch of the ground-breaking Global Powder Metallurgy Property Database (GPMD) as a major resource for designers and engineers around the world.

nCode is a proud contributor to this database which has grown to over 10,000 registered users from countries all over the world and from a wide range of industrial sectors. The GPMD is available free of charge to registered users.

Visit the GPMD web site to see full capabilities of the database



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