Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers, along with scientists at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (SLAC) have discovered a solution to a major type of defect in metal 3D-printed parts.
Student attendance at POWDERMET2019, International Conference on Powder Metallurgy & Particulate Materials, and AMPM2019, Additive Manufacturing with Powder Metallurgy, could be at an all-time high this year thanks to several grant programs. In total, 75 grants have been awarded to students from colleges and universities from across the country. Students will have a technical poster on display at the conference and present a 10-minute synopsis during a Grant TNT: Talk ‘N Technology session.
From attendees to exhibitors and from speakers to students, networking is one of the most important functions at a conference. Form or strengthen relationships, get face-to-face time with customers, and ask follow-up questions to researchers in your field. This June, POWDERMET2019: International Conference on Powder Metallurgy & Particulate Materials and AMPM2019: the Additive Manufacturing with Powder Metallurgy conference are ready to set you and your company up for success.
Registration is now open for the conference PMTi2019: Powder Metallurgy and Additive Manufacturing of Titanium. After four successful conferences held in Australia, New Zealand, Germany, and China, this global conference will be held for the very first time in the United States in Salt Lake City at the University of Utah September 24–27, 2019.
APMI International's most prestigious award recognizes APMI members for their significant contributions to the goals, purpose, and mission of the organization as well as for a high level of expertise in the technology, practice, or business of the industry. The 2019 Fellow Award recipients will receive elevation to Fellow status at POWDERMET2019: International Conference on Powder Metallurgy & Particulate Materials during the Industry Luncheon on Tuesday, June 25. The 2019 recipients are Joseph Tunick Strauss and John L. Johnson.