Last week the EPMA and EuroAM sectoral group held the first of a series of free to attend, educational Powder Metallurgy webinars for 2020, focussing on the important topic of Additive Manufacturing Technology.
Provide your feedback on the Euro PM2020 Exhibition going Virtual - Deadline: 10 June 2020.
We regret to announce that due to travel restrictions, the 2020 Additive Manufacturing seminar has been postponed until 2-4 December 2020.
The two events, due to be held in Brussels, Belgium 1-2 April, have been amended due to travel restrictions.
The EPMA is proud to present the prestigious EPMA 2020 Powder Metallurgy Component Awards, which over the years, have done much to promote and stimulate interest in PM technology. These awards are open to all who manufacture components made by PM processes.
We regret to announce that due to travel restrictions, the 2020 Functional Materials seminar has been postponed until 17-18 November 2020.
At present EPMA have assessed the situation and has no plans for Euro PM2020 Congress & Exhibition to be cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak. EPMA will monitor the situation and keep you updated through our mailing list and social media channels as the situation evolves.
European Powder Metallurgy Association’s (EPMA) annual Euro PM Congress & Exhibition, will be for the first time, taking place in Portugal, in its capital city, Lisbon, 4-7 October 2020.
The reason for this decision is to overall improve efficiency through facilitating collaboration and communication as well as enabling a better platform for cost optimisation.
Taking place 14-15 January 2020 in Hary, France, the showcase will present a wide range of parts made from PM, or that have potential to made from PM.
The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) is organising a HIP Seminar focussing on the use of Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) to improve safety and innovation in the offshore sector.
EPMA are looking forward to exhibiting at the 18th International CTI Symposium 2019, which takes place at the Estrel Convention Centre, Berlin 9-10 December 2019.
A new Club Project in Additive Manufacturing is Proposed by Fraunhofer IGCV and EPMA on Environment, Health and Safety issues.