EPMA – Metal Injection Moulding Seminar

June 4, 2019

June 4, 2019 to June 5, 2019

Seminarhotel Kloster Fischingen, Fischingen, Switzerland

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A Two-Day Seminar for the Entire MIM Supply Chain

EPMA is proud to launch the 2019 Metal Injection Moulding (MIM) Seminar, titled “A Two-Day Seminar for the Entire MIM Supply Chain” which will take place in Fischingen, Switzerland from 4-5 June 2019.

Over the two seminar days, speakers from the MIM Industry will explore the future of MIM, design criteria and secondary operations, quality concepts and materials as well as a look into case studies of MIM components and the advantages they produce over components made by alternative manufacturing processes. During the seminar there will also be a showcase of MIM parts available to view and help further discussions during networking sessions.

If you would like to add to the MIM showcase with a part/s from your company, please email Delphine Nicolas, EPMA Events and Project Co-Ordinatror, at [email protected] to register your interest. Please be aware that as there is limited space for the showcasing the components, they are provided on a first-come-first-served basis. The Two-Day Seminar for the Entire MIM Supply Chain training course has been organised by the EPMA’s EuroMIM sectoral group with support from the group’s members.


Course Fee

EPMA Members (paid up): €700
Academics (Non-Members): €700
Non-Members: €1000
End Users: €400

The course fee includes all course materials, coffee breaks, lunches and a dinner of the evening of 4 June.

Registration Deadline: 1 May 2019

Industry News

Read the latest issue of PIM International

The latest issue of PIM International magazine is available to view online or download in PDF format.

As well as an extensive MIM, CIM industry and sinter-based AM industry news section, this 112-page issue includes the following exclusive articles and reports:

  • Element 22: A leader in titanium MIM leverages its expertise to advance sinter-based Ti Additive Manufacturing
  • Digitising part production: A new approach to creating unique part IDs for MIM components
  • Making the business case: How sinter-based Additive Manufacturing can compete with Powder Injection Moulding
  • Reducing MIM part costs with more expensive materials? The re-evaluation of a major 3C application
  • The production and evaluation of alumina sinter supports for Metal Injection Moulding by ceramic Additive Manufacturing
  • > Go to magazine page


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