Powder Based Metal Additive Manufacturing Technologies
EuroAM Additive Manufacturing Seminar 2020 Goes Online
Due to continued concerns regarding the global COVID-19 pandemic, EuroAM 2020 Additive Manufacturing Seminar will now be held online. It was to be held on 2-3 December 2020. Fraunhofer IGCV will be hosting the 2021 event.
Included in the online seminar will be presentations on the latest advancements in this exciting technology including the technical and academic presentations, the latest technological process & product innovations commercial presentations, and several online publications. Addressed topics will be the basics on powder based metal AM technologies such as Laser Beam Melting, Electron Beam Melting, Direct Energy Deposition, Binder Jetting and the whole AM manufacturing chain starting from powder production to post processes such as Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP). A special focus will be on Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) and multi-material processing issues.
The conference is targeted at product designers, engineers, consumers, manufacturers, researchers, educators, and students. All individuals with an interest in this fascinating technology and application of its parts are encouraged to attend.
The intensive two-days on-line seminar will now be taking place on 2 - 3 December 2020 and will be co-hosted by EPMA and Fraunhofer IGCV in Augsburg.
Fees (VAT may apply)
EPMA Members (paid up) / End Users* / Universities: €450
Unemployed (upon receipt of unemployment card): €225
Speaker: €225 (if planning to attend the whole event. Free or charge for one day attendance (presentations' day).
The course fee includes lectures and presentations by high level industrial professionals during two full days, some sessions of Questions&Answers, as well as an access to all the presentations after the seminar.
Registration deadline: 28 November 2020
*End users are defined as: Original Equipment Makers (OEMs), Tier 1, Tier 2 and System Supplier supply chain companies and personnel, who select the PM process to produce the components for their applications (automotive, aerospace, medical energy machinery, etc. ), but generally do not produce PM parts themselves.