- When: 9 Oct 2022 07:00 - October 13, 2022
- Where: Lyon, France
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Sandvik will be exhibiting at the 2022 World PM Congress & Exhibition – Europe’s leading powder metallurgy exhibition.
Held every six years, the World PM Congress & Exhibition is returning for its 2022 edition – and this time it is being held in Lyon, France. Gathering customers, suppliers, researchers and delegates from across the powder metallurgy supply chain, this event invites you to witness the latest innovations, exchange ideas and interact with industry experts.
Visit us in booth 169&170 to discuss your needs and challenges with our experts in metal powder.
Luke Harris, Sales Director, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing.
Presenting ”PM materials” at Young Engineers Days, October 10, 15.15-16.00.
Luke Harris has an MRes in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Birmingham, UK. He has longstanding experience from working with metal powder sales and, in his current role as Sales Director, is heading the mission to shift Sandvik's metal powder business to growth.
Paul A Davies, PhD, Technical Solutions Manager, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing.
Presenting ”Sustainable Production of Inert Gas Atomised Metal Powders” at the Special Interest Seminar on sustainability in additive manufacturing, October 11, 15.30-16.00 and “European MIM Market” at the Special Interest Seminar on the global MIM market, October 12, 14.30-15.00.
Dr Paul A. Davies will also participate in the panel discussion focusing on "Sustainability of MIM", October 12, 11.00-12.00.
Paul Davies studied physics at Swansea University, Wales, U.K., and completed a PhD in the field of Material Science. He has five years’ experience working in the steel industry in the automotive and defense sectors and has been with Sandvik for more than 15 years. He specializes in powder metallurgy, with a particular focus on Metal Injection Molding and Additive Manufacturing.
Eleonora Bettini, Customer Application Specialist, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing
Presenting "Implementation of Alloying Design for the Development of Sustainable Materials" in the Industry Corner, October 13, 12.45-13.15.
Eleonora Bettini studied Chemical and Process Engineering at Bologna University, Italy, and completed a PhD in the field of Surface and Corrosion Science at the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden. She has experience in corrosion-resistant alloys, alloy design for the development of new alloys with improved mechanical and/or corrosion properties. She has been with Sandvik for more than 8 years and the past 3 years she has specialized in powder metallurgy, additive manufacturing with a particular focus on Binder Jetting.