Special interest seminars announced for Euro PM2013

May 29, 2013

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has announced a series of special interest seminars to take place during Euro PM2013 Congress & Exhibition, September 15-18, Gothenburg, Sweden.  

The schedule includes, for the first time at a Euro PM event, a special interest seminar covering metal powder Additive Manufacturing (AM). After a technology overview, the seminar will review market developments with a particular focus on aerospace and medical industries.

The special interest seminars include a selection of invited presentations from key industry and academic professionals and are open to all delegates at the conference. The seminars are listed as:

  • New and Innovative Applications of PM Hot Isostatic Pressing
  • Novel Coating Technologies for Machining and Wear Applications
  • Quality and Productivity in Metal Injection Moulding
  • New Alloying Methods for PM Low Alloyed Steels
  • State of the Art and Emerging Markets for Additive Manufacturing

The full Euro PM2013 Congress & Exhibition Technical Programme, containing technical paper abstracts, exhibition listings, social events, factory tours and registration forms, is now available from www.epma.com/pm2013 

Powder Metallurgy Review and PIM International will be distributed at Euro PM2013 from our exhibition stand. To advertise in the show issues please contact Jon Craxford: [email protected]      

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