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PMTi 2019 submissions deadline draws near

March 25, 2019

Abstract submissions for PMTi 2019, the 5th Powder Metallurgy and Additive Manufacturing of Titanium Conference, will close on April 15, 2019. The conference is set to run from September 24–27, 2019 ... Read more »

Plansee celebrates patents at Inventors Day

March 19, 2019

The Plansee Group, headquartered in Reutte, Austria, reports that in the last fiscal year it again increased its number of patents, now holding more than 2,000 patents worldwide. This figure includes granted ... Read more »

Gopinath named as Fellow of PMAI

March 14, 2019

During APMA 2019, the 5th International Conference on Powder Metallurgy in Asia, held in Pune, India, February 19-21, N Gopinath, Managing Director of Fluidtherm Technology and past-president of the ... Read more »

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