With powder metal technology, PSM Industries in Los Angeles, California, constructs specially designed solutions to your equipment challenges. Contact us about our powdered metallurgy products.
Since 1956, PSM Industries has been a family business centered on one creative vision: to provide the widest range of solutions in parts fabrication through powder metal technology. Today, PSM's headquarters sit on a 7-acre campus in the heart of Los Angeles. From its humble beginning, PSM took advantage of breakthrough technology in sintered metal fabrication and developed the technology into the powerhouse process it represents today.
A Global Leader
PSM Industries has become a world leader in design and engineering solutions for powdered metal fabrication. We take advantage of every related technology and utilize it into a broad range of options to bring our customers the rarest of all commodities in production: peace of mind.
That’s why smart engineers we’ve worked with over the years know that by bringing their challenges to PSM Industries, their visions have a better chance of coming to fruition. They recognize that if anyone can find a solution, it’s PSM Industries.
• 1956–Pacific Sintered Metals was Founded by Don Paullin to meet the needs of engineers on the West Coast for Net Shaped Parts at
an Affordable Cost
• 1999–Ferro-Tic Steel Bonded Carbides Is Acquired to Add Fully Dense, Fine Grained High Wear Materials
• 2000–PM Krupp High Speed Steels is Acquired to Add the next Step in PM Technology: Fully-Dense Liquid Phase Sintered Net
• 2003–Poly Alloys Injection Metals Is Formed to Meet Our Customers’ Needs for More Strength & Higher Part Complexity with the
Metal Injection Molding Process
• 2005–BestMetal Is Acquired to Add a Midwestern Base That Allows Us to Expand the Product Line to include Large Parts, & Short
to Medium-Run Capabilities
• 2007–Yillik Carbide Products Is acquired to Provide Customers with a Wider Range of Carbide Wear Materials
• 2012–PM Engineered Solutions Is acquired to add PM Hot forging & Plastic Overmolding of PM Inserts