Metal Additive Manufacturing: A new magazine for the 3D printing of metals

February 2, 2015

Metal AM a new magazine for the 3D printing of metalsMetal Additive Manufacturing, a new quarterly magazine for the metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, will be launched by Inovar Communications Ltd in April 2015.

Available in both print (ISSN 2057-3014) and digital (ISSN 2055-7183) formats, Metal Additive Manufacturing will bring together industry news and articles on technical and commercial developments in the industry.

“This new high quality quarterly magazine will specifically focus on developments in the Additive Manufacturing of metals. We have launched the title in response to feedback from industry professionals, who, whilst appreciating the advantages of our existing e-newsletter, also wish to have access to more in-depth information on technical and commercial advances in the AM industry in a format that they can save, either digitally or in print, for future reference,” stated Nick Williams, Inovar’s Managing Director.

Inovar Communications is an established publishing house with over twelve years of experience in the metal powder processing industries. Existing magazines include PM Review and PIM International.

“As with our sister publications, our aim is to not only provide relevant coverage of the industry for those currently involved in it, but to promote the benefits of metal AM to a global audience of component producers and potential end-users,” stated Williams.

The launch issue of Metal Additive Manufacturing will be available for free download from the www.metal-am.com website in late April 2015. The printed edition will be available by subscription, as well as from the Additive Manufacturing with Powder Metallurgy (AMPM) Conference, May 18-20, San Diego, USA, and the RAPID 2015 Conference and Exhibition, May 18-21, Long Beach, USA.)

For editorial enquiries contact Nick Williams ([email protected]) or Paul Whittaker, ([email protected]). For advertising enquiries contact Jon Craxford, Advertising Sales Director, [email protected].

www.metal-am.com/magazine

 

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