MIM2021 issues call for papers

August 7, 2020

MIM2021 will be held in West Palm Beach, Florida, USA, next February

An official call for presentations has been announced for MIM2021: International Conference on Injection Molding of Metals, Ceramics and Carbides, to be held in West Palm Beach, Florida, USA, February 22–24, 2021. Presentation submissions will close on September 30, 2020.

The conference is sponsored by the Metal Injection Molding Association, a trade association of the Metal Powder Industries Federation and its affiliate APMI International. Highlights of the 2021 event are set to include:

  • A full conference programme of both high-level technical research and commercially-oriented presentations
  • Tabletop Exhibition & Networking Reception
  • The annual PIM Tutorial, presented by industry veteran Randall M German

Authors wishing to present a paper at MIM2021 should submit an abstract using the submission form, which can be downloaded via the conference website. All accepted abstracts will require a PowerPoint presentation to be submitted for review prior to the conference.

Presentations are invited on the topic of manufacturing innovations in:

  • Part design
  • Tooling
  • Moulding
  • Debinding
  • Sintering
  • And materials advancements in:
    Metals & alloys
    Ceramics
    Hard materials

www.mim2021.org

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