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Events and Training 2020

Please see below for details of forthcoming EPMA training, seminars and events.

Press & Sinter Webinar

12 November 2020,

Free for anyone to join, EPMA’s new Webinar series will explore the key topics affecting Powder Metallurgy strands via presentations from experts in industry, research and academia.

The PM Webinars will also offer a unique look at how EPMA Promote, Represent and Develop the powder metallurgy industry, as well as providing you with an opportunity to contribute the to the future of the PM sector.

Webinar attendance will be limited, so please ensure to register, to avoid disappointment.

EPMA Functional Materials Seminar: Applications of Powder Based Functional Materials

17 - 18 November 2020, San Sebastián, Spain

EPMA's 2020 Functional Materials seminar will present examples of actual and future applications of PM functional components, explaining the key requirement to provide the functionality, as well as covering the fabrication, structure and properties of the material/ component.

EPMA Metal Additive Manufacturing Seminar: Powder Based Metal AM Technologies

2 - 4 December 2020, Augsburg, Germany

This intensive three-day seminar will be hosted by the Fraunhofer IGCV in Augsburg and include industrial visits to companies in the AM-ecosystem around Augsburg and Munich. Addressed topics will be the basics on powder based metal AM technologies and the whole AM manufacturing chain with a special focus on multi-material processing and environmental health and safety (EHS) issues.

EPMA Press & Sinter Seminar: Opportunities for PM due to Electrification

8 December 2020, Chantilly, France

With a push towards wider use of electrical or hybrid vehicles, new supply chains, sometimes from completely different sectors, are establishing as competitors to PM. To keep a good position as suppliers for the OEMs and take advantage of this opportunity, PM companies need to adapt and put focus into different areas, like understanding the real competitiveness in terms of global life cycle assessments, investigating the use of PM materials like Soft Magnetic Composites and Functional Materials in the new propulsion engines and automotive components, improving weight reduction and noise control by the use of PM parts, improving the performance to make new heavy load applications available (e.g. for transmission gears).

Hard Materials Webinar

15 December 2020,

Free for anyone to join, EPMA’s new Webinar series will explore the key topics affecting Powder Metallurgy strands via presentations from experts in industry, research and academia.

The PM Webinars will also offer a unique look at how EPMA Promote, Represent and Develop the powder metallurgy industry, as well as providing you with an opportunity to contribute the to the future of the PM sector.

Webinar attendance will be limited, so please ensure to register, to avoid disappointment.

PM Life

June - October 2020, Various Locations, Europe

PM Life is a training programme to help develop the future of Powder Metallurgy and help provide a comprehensive training course to those looking for a related career.

The course will offer students the chance to either attend the full programme to learn about the whole industry or pick topics to help further their knowledge in certain areas.

SUPREME Project Workshop

TBC, Senlis, France

The SUPREME project aims at optimising powder metallurgy processes throughout the value chain. It focuses on a combination of fast-growing industrial production routes and advanced ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

The SUPREME experts’ workshop will be organised based on SUPREME related subjects: Efficient raw material production, Efficient metal powder production process, Optimized 3D manufacturing metal processes, Optimized near-net shape processes, Real-time monitoring of process energy & resource efficiency, Use-cases & impact demonstration, Life cycle assessment & eco-innovation.

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