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The new EPMA Newsletter, Issue #113, is now ready for download. EPMA Members can download a copy via the Newsletters page. If you are having any issues accessing your EPMA Members Area Account, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for assistance.

EPMA has moved from its Talbot House secretariat office to a new location on Shrewsbury Business Park, which will provide increased office space for the expanding EPMA team. The new EPMA office address is:

European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA)
1st floor, Haughmond View
Shrewsbury Business Park

Telephone: +44 (0) 1743 248899
Fax: +44 (0) 1743 362968

Please make a note of the EPMA's new address, which will incorporated and updated on all EPMA literature moving forward.

To further promote the forthcoming EPMA 2018 Powder Metallurgy Component Awards, which over the years, have done much to promote and stimulate interest in PM technology, a promotional video explaining why EPMA Members should get involved with this year's competition has been launched and can be viewed at

The SUPREME Project (who EPMA are a key partner) can announce its first Newsletter of 2018. The first edition newsletter of the SUPREME project includes a forward from the coordinator; Dr Arnaud Witomski from CEA-Liten, an update regarding how the project has been promoted within the PM community so far, presentation video links from the consortium partners, details on the latest meetings and workshops and information regarding the consortium members.

The 31st European Powder Metallurgy Association General Assembly was held in Brussels, 22-23 March at the HUSA President Park Hotel, where EPMA Board, Council Members met to discuss pertinent issues affecting the EPMA and the Powder Metallurgy Industry. There was the ability to network at the annual General Assembly Dinner, which this year took place at Brasserie Mundy.

The European Additive Manufacturing Group twitter page (@EuroAM) has been generating plenty of interest in its first month of activity, seeing its number of followers increase to over 100.

The Systematic Approach to Quality Management in Powder Metallurgy (PM) Seminar will mainly focus on the quality of Powder Metallurgy (PM) Structural Parts. PM Structural Parts are mainly produced by mixing, die pressing and heat (sintering) powder alloys before possible post processing. The main market for iron based PM Structural Parts is the automotive industry. The seminar will focus on the PM Structural Parts processes but most of the presented approaches can be applied to other sectors.

Join fellow EPMA Members at the Annual Meeting of EPMA, this year featuring the General Assembly, plus Sectoral Group Meetings, Keynote Speakers and the Annual Networking Dinner.

European Powder Metallurgy Associations (EPMA) annual Euro PM Congress & Exhibition, which this year is taking place in Bilbao, Spain, has attracted a record number of abstracts since the abstract submission deadline passed at the end of January.

Last week, the EuroHIP group hosted the Design for HIP Seminar in Västerås, Sweden. The two days featured presentations from 12 industry experts, an open discussion about the future of HIP as well as a site visit to the nearby Quintus Technologies facilities.

Brussels 23 January 2018 – CECIMO, the European Association of the Machine Tool Industry, and EPMA, the European Powder Metallurgy Association, signed an agreement, which aims at promoting additive manufacturing through diversified actions.

The AM Motion European H2020 Project is proud to announce the NEW AM Motion Summer School! The AM Summer School is to be held from the 4-7th September at Prodintec, Gijon, Asturias, Spain. This new and exciting AM Motion Summer School focuses on main AM concepts, existing materials and processes as well as design and manufacturing paradigms, market relevance and specific best practice examples. The AM Motion Summer School will allow students to gain a thorough insight into the world of Additive Manufacturing, whilst spreading knowledge and giving rise to several vocations.

The 2018 EPMA Board & Council Meetings will take place on 22 March 2018 followed by the 31st General Assembly of EPMA on 23 March 2018. These will be held in Brussels, Belgium.

The Euro AM sectoral group has recently launched its new Twitter page @EuroAM. The page has been created with the aim to increase the awareness of Additive Manufacturing technology, with a special focus on metal powder based products.

KIC-EIT Raw Material and the European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) are collaborating on a new training course to help support and develop the powder metallurgy sector, named PM Life. PM Life is a new training programme, covering 5 key areas of powder metallurgy: Additive Manufacturing, Hot Isostatic Pressing, Metal Injection Moulding, Powder and Hard Materials and Press & Sinter.

MACH is the UK’s premier event for engineering-based manufacturing technologies. Taking place from 9-13 April 2018, MACH is poised to be the destination of choice for engineers and manufacturers, bringing together the best of UK manufacturing under one roof. With over 25,000 visitors across a 5 day period, a vibrant seminar programme and unrivalled networking opportunities MACH showcases the heart of UK advanced engineering.

With the next generation design systems coming to market, DEVELOP3D LIVE 2018 presents a truly unique one day event to showcase innovations in the product design market, together with the views of leading designers.

The EuroAM Open Meeting that took place during this year’s Euro PM Congress & Exhibition can now announce the videos recorded during the meeting are available to view via in the EPMA Members Area.

The recent Euro PM2017 Congress & Exhibition Plenary Presentations are now available to access, download and view via the Onsite Content Access area on

EPMA’s new club project, AM&HIP 18, will be researching SLM and how HIP could reduce porosity and increase reliability and predictability of mechanical behaviour of components. The kick-off meeting will be held in Aachen on 20th December 2017 where interested participants will discuss the objectives and decide on the steps to start the research. For more information on the project please visit and RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to reserve your place at the kick-off meeting!

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