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Workhsop: Powder materials for AM: from production up to recycling

Germany, January 24th

Additive manufacturing enables to produce parts with complex shapes, which would have never been achieved by classical manufacturing processes. Therefore, it opens extraordinarily opportunities and may be considered as an emerging or already on-going industrial revolution as the conception and manufacturing ways of designing parts need to be globally rethought and education programs reshaped.

Are all the technical issues fixed? The answer is probably no and it obliges to think it globally: materials and process issues, complex design, large parts, alternative processes, norms, surface finishing, re-use or recycling of powders, impact of emerging technologies such as IA, …

This workshop dedicated to Ph.D. students, experts, program managers and decision makers aims at merging actors along the value chain to foster information exchanges around the central topic of powder materials.

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16th Conference on Rapid Design, Prototyping & Manufacturing (RDPM2019)

UK 4 & 5th April 2019
The RDPM Conference is well established as a platform for the dissemination of research in the field of additive manufacturing/3D printing and associated technologies. This year, the conference will be hosted by the College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences at Brunel University, Uxbridge, on Thursday 4th and Friday 5th April 2019.

The conference is open to a number of complimentary disciplines within the wider subject area of additive manufacturing and encourages presentations from interdisciplinary researchers and multidisciplinary projects. The conference is targeted towards PhD students and early career researchers (although more senior academics and industrialists are welcome) active in all aspects of additive manufacturing. The conference is organised as a non-profit making event with fees kept as low as possible, especially to encourage participation of undergraduates, postgraduate researchers and research assistants.

More info relating to fees, accommodation and the programme of presentations at:

Additive Manufacturing Meeting (AMM 2018) -Wroclaw

We cordially invite you to participate in the Additive Manufacturing Meeting (AMM 2018) – international additive manufacturing users’ seminar. It will take place in the Congress Center of the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland on June 28-29, 2018.

Additive Manufacturing Meeting (AMM) is an international event addressed to individuals and institutions interested in the development and implementation of AM technologies. The intention of the organizers is to build a common platform for the exchange of knowledge and experience both in the field of industrial and medical solutions.

Keynotes will be given by: Christophe Bertez (Air Liquide), Philip Oris (SLM Solutions) and Michel Pereme (simufact GmbH). As part of thematic sessions, the representatives of following companies will share their knowledge: EOS, Lithoz, Profactor, TRUMPF, 3YOURMIND, and many others.

More info, programm and registration at:

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