14 - 18 October 2018

Bilbao, Spain

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An advance reservation of rooms has been made for Euro PM2018 delegates by Bco Congresos, details of which are available on the Hotel Information page.

To book your hotel accommodation, please book via the Bco Congresos service, or book through your preferred and trusted travel agent or booking website.

Quality and Tolerances of MIM components

Session 5 Monday 15 October 14:30 - 16:00

Session Chairs

Dipl.-Ing Georg Breitenmoser (Parmaco Metal Injection Moulding AG, Switzerland)
Prof Frank Petzoldt (Fraunhofer Institut – IFAM, Germany

Presentations

Factors that Influence Dimensional Scatter of MIM components and their Implication on the Process Capability

Martin Bräker (Parmaco Metal Injection Molding AG, Switzerland)

Case Studies of High Volume Production with a Special Look on Dimensional Process Capability

Wolfgang Schütz (GKN, Germany)

Case Studies of ‘Cosmetic’ MIM Components with a Special Look on Visual Quality Aspects

Dr Jean Claude Bihr (Alliance MIM, France)


Functional Materials: Soft and Hard Magnetic Materials

Session 15 Monday 15 October 17:00 - 18:30

Session Chairs

Dipl.-Ing Georg Breitenmoser (Parmaco Metal Injection Moulding AG, Switzerland)
Prof Frank Petzoldt (Fraunhofer Institut – IFAM, Germany)

Introduction

Electromobility and energy-efficiency are 'hot topics' that open up new options and challenges for PM production. This Special Interest Seminar focuses on MIM for hard and soft magnetic materials, their properties and applications.

Presentations

MIM for Soft Magnetic Applications – Chances and Challenges

Dr Andreas Schoppa (PMG Füssen GmbH, Germany)

MIM of Magnetocaloric Materials- Enabling Magnetic Cooling and Heat Pump Technologies

Dipl.-Ing. Sandra Wieland (Fraunhofer IFAM, Germany)

Production of Nd-Fe-B-Magnets by Metal Injection Molding

Dr Thomas Hartwig (Fraunhofer IFAM, Germany)

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