Rapid News Communications Group is delighted to announce a significant development for MM Live UK in 2011. Having reached capacity at the previous venue, MM Live UK will relocate to the NEC Birmingham, enabling continued growth and the ability to offer an enhanced visitor and exhibitor experience.
MIM (Metal Injection Molding) combines both plastic injection and metal powders technologies. M. Breitenmoser Sales and Marketing Director with Parmaco (Switzerland) says: “The problem of the MIM ? We must convince our customers about the potential of the process itself before highlighting our specific strengths”.
The need to do this comes at an exciting time as 2011 will see Rapid News also take the reins of Interplas for the first time. The co-location of MM Live UK and Interplas along with TCT Live, MEMS Live UK , NANO Live UK, the PPMA Show and Sensing Technology will contribute to the largest gathering of engineering and manufacturing technology in the UK in 2011 with a projected attendance of over 10,000 visitors.
Call for paper
In order to maintain the world class nature of this event Rapid News Communications Group is now calling for outstanding abstract submissions for the following sessions.
The Micro Manufacturing Conference now in its 3rd edition, is characterised by high quality presentations from leading users of the technologies and industry commentators. For 2011, the Conference will continue on the theme of Business Critical Technologies for Micro & Precision Manufacturing and to this end the conference organisers would welcome any paper submissions from parties who can present on the following general topics:
- Micro Moulding Plastics
- Powder (PIM), Ceramic (CIM), Metal (MIM) Micro Moulding
- Conventional Micro Machining Techniques
- New/Emerging Micro Machining Techniques (EDM, ECM, Waterjets), Laser Micro Machining
- Micro Fabrication, Welding, Assembly
- Micro Metrology: Optical, Tactile, CMMs
All submissions must be non-promotional in content and presented by companies or institutions that are utilizing and/or researching technologies for an industrial application. Exhibitors are welcome to submit practical application-based case studies.
Interested in sharing your know-how?
Interested parties are initially requested to submit an abstract of 250 words of their proposed paper on or before February 28th 2011. This should include the working title, all authors/contributors and their affiliations. All submissions will be reviewed to ensure that they meet the necessary and exacting requirements of the Micro Manufacturing Conference.
MM Live UK will be held at the NEC Birmingham, 27–29 September 2011, and anyone submitting a presentation must be available to present on any of these three days. Please submit abstracts to Aleksandra Wisniewska via email: [email protected].
You can discover more about MIM in Switzerland in the Parmaco article published in Eurotec here.