The course will cover current atomizer types for most metals and powder types and uses.
The course will cover current atomizer types for most metals and powder types and uses.

Atomising Systems Ltd and Perdac, part of industry consultancy CPF Research, have announced the dates for their 2020 two-day advanced course on metal powder atomization. This will be the 13th iteration of the course, the organizers say, which is designed for engineers working in both metal powder production and R&D.

The course will reportedly cover powder manufacture and properties for additive manufacturing, current atomizer types for most metals and powder types and uses, and plant design, operation and economics.

The course will take place from 5–6 March 2020 in Manchester, UK. Go here for more information.

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