Atomising Systems Ltd. (ASL), the Sheffield based metal powder atomising specialists, have successfully commissioned a water atomiser for PrJSC PlasmaTec, the leading producer of welding consumables in the Ukraine.
Tuesday 13th july at 4 PM (CET) | Thursday 15th july at 9 AM (CET).
On behalf of the NanoHarmony project we hope that you will be able to spare us some of your valuable time to share your experiences with us in a short, but important survey.
SAM (Sector Skills Strategy in Additive Manufacturing) consortium, representing both education and industry fields, is undertaking study to understand and characterize the educational practices concerning Additive Manufacturing training in Europe.
Taking place 7 July 2021 from 10:00 CET, this free webinar will explore the gap between what the industry needs in terms of educational/training offer and what is currently available.
As 2021 marks the start of the EU’s Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability, new requirements for materials compliance are in the pipeline and will bring particular challenges for the automotive industry: such as the revision of REACH, the End-of-Life Vehicle Directive, and the first months of reporting duties in SCIP database.
Final deadline: 17 May 2021
The call will be open from 8th February 2021 to 22nd April 2021.
Atomising Systems Ltd. (ASL), the Sheffield based metal powder production company, has invested £150,000 to upgrade its in-house chemical analysis facilities with the addition of an ICP-OES system.
Swedish heating technology company Kanthal and metals research institute Swerim will invest in an ultra-modern atomizing equipment. The investment, worth 2 MEUR, will help Sweden maintain its world-leading position in the area of powder metallurgy.
Luxury French carmaker Bugatti, owned by VW group, has announced further use of metal Additive Manufacturing in the development of its state-of-the-art supercars.
Join Granutools User Club meeting for members of the metal additive manufacturing sector.
Dipl.-Ing. Reiner Sarnes, a true sintering pioneer since the early 70s, passed away 28 October 2020.
This FREE event entails cutting-edge research in Design and presentations by Additive Manufacturing (AM) Expert.
The SAM project -Sector Skills Strategy in Additive Manufacturing, is pleased to invite you to their Webinar on the 24th of September at 10.30am (CEST) to discover what Additive Manufacturing can offer you in terms of job opportunities and career development.
The SAM (Sector Skills Strategy in Additive Manufacturing) consortium, representing both education and industry fields, is undertaking the second round of studies for INDUSTRY (Employers) to identify emergent skills demand related to Additive Manufacturing/3D printing in Europe.
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