ALD’s 9th Vacuum Metallurgy Conference & Workshop heads to Seattle

March 24, 2020

ALD will hold one of the conference days at The Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington, USA (Courtesy The Museum of Flight)

ALD Vacuum Technologies GmbH, a division of AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group N.V., headquartered in Hanau, Germany, has announced its 9th Vacuum Metallurgy Conference & Workshop will be held in Seattle, Washington, USA, November 10–13, 2020.

The event comprises a conference and workshop and is focused on operational aspects of premium melting, re-melting, casting, and atomising techniques for metal powders. Day one of the conference will be held at The Museum of Flight, with the opportunity for participants to visit the collection of historic airplanes and spacecrafts. Day two will be held at Boeing Future of Flight, Everett, Washington, USA, and includes a Boeing Everett Factory Tour.

The 9th Vacuum Metallurgy Conference & Workshop preliminary programme:

  • Tuesday November 10 – Arrive in Seattle (SEA), registration, hotel (to be confirmed), welcome reception
  • Wednesday November 11 – Technical Conference at The Museum of Flight
  • Thursday November 12 – Technical Conference at Boeing Future of Flight, including Boeing Everett Factory Tour
  • Friday November 13 – Tour of Seattle area(to be confirmed)

Further information and registration details are available via the event website.

www.ald-vt.com/events/alds-9th-vacuum-metallurgy-conference-workshop

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