Hagen Symposium 2019

November 28, 2019

Dates
November 28, 2019 to November 29, 2019

Location
Hagen Symposium, Hagen, Germany

Event website
www.pulvermetallurgie.com/symposium-termine/symposium-aktuell/


The 38th Hagen Symposium on Powder Metallurgy, organised by the Fachverband Pulvermetallurgie (FPM), will take place in Hagen, Germany, November 28 – 29, 2019. The German-language event will include presentations on a wide range of PM technologies, as well as discussions on how Powder Metallurgy is a key technology for innovative system solutions.
In addition to the symposium an exhibition will bring together those supplying the industry and a programme of social events will allow delegates numerous networking opportunities.

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