• 30000

    Exhibition Area(sq.m)

    Exhibition Area(sq.m)
  • 1500

    Booths

    Booths
  • 500

    Global Exhibitors

    Global Exhibitors
  • 25000

    Global Visitors

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Report of Day One of the 13 edition
The 13th Shanghai International Exhibition for Powder Metallurgy, Cemented Carbides and Advanced Ceramics (PM China & CCEC China & IACE China 2020) was finally started its 13 edition in Shanghai, China from 12 to 14 August, 2020. Organized by Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co Ltd, the exhibition aims to create cooperation opportunities and strengthen the industries exchanges by gathering leading enterprises under one roof. Especially at this critical moment, we believe the successful holding would be able to make the powder metallurgy industry and advanced ceramics industry vigorous again. On the first day, the event received a total of 13,204 visitors, a significant rise of 27% from a year earlier. The Organizer had taken adequate anti-epidemic measures to ensure the heath and safety of people.The exhibition area was expanded to 30,000 sqm, where innovations and cutting-edge technologies were fully displayed by 494 excellent companies from more than 10 countries and regi...
2020 - 08 - 13
How to Reduce and Avoid Emissions from Polymer 3D Printing
Desktop 3D printers are immensely useful in a machine shop, but can emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and ultrafine particles (UFPs) that are harmful to humans. Here are some guidelines to install and operate them safely. When I began reporting on additive manufacturing (AM) just five years ago, I quickly learned about the dangers of metal 3D printing, from the combustible materials to the risks from inert gas leakages. Working with powdered metal is no joke, which is why operators are often pictured in full PPE including respirator, fire-resistant jacket and nitrile gloves. If you ask one of these folks about safety, they’ll likely point out facility features like specialized fire extinguishers, spark-resistant flooring and air quality monitoring systems. There’s a considerable and widely recognized ecosystem of training and equipment needed to run these machines. But it wasn’t until more recently that I began to hear conversations about the safety of polymer 3D printer...
2020 - 07 - 22
How additive manufacturing revolutionises rapid prototyping
Often the demands of modern manufacturing mean that individual parts and prototypes have to be produced practically overnight.Additive manufacturing (AM) allows us to meet these demands with almost no limitations on geometry and material selection. The benefits of AM have never been more essential than they are now. As industries move to respond rapidly to the dangers and challenges presented by Covid-19, AM’s speed and flexibility has stepped centre stage. 3D printing (3DP) has been key to aiding car manufacturers, for example, to suddenly switch to producing ventilators or fashion companies to create PPE in place of handbags and suits. From the start, AM claimed the crown as the most flexible production method going. And whilst 3DP is still considered a gimmick by the general public, new developments mean the possibilities are almost limitless. A wide choice of materials, high speed, and the extensive possibilities for post- processing and measurement make 3DP an indis...
2020 - 07 - 22
Exhibitor list 2020
PM China & CCEC China & IACE China 2020 gathers nearly 500 exhibitors under one roof to showcase advanced technologies, equipments and high-quality products such as high-performance materials, advanced ceramics products, new molding and processing technology, manufacturing technology of high precision parts, intelligent manufacturing technology and 3D printing technology.Acquiring latest industry trends on the annual platform so you could know where's to go next!CompanyBooth no.1TIANJIN ZHUJIN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CO.,LTDA0052TAV VACUUM FURNACES SPAA0063LASCO Umformtechnik GmbHA0084SECO/WARWICK RETECH THERMAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING (TIANJIN) CO.,LTD.A0115LAUFFER PRESSENA0136Dongguan Yachuang automation technology co.,ltdA0157SGL CARBON GmbHA0188foshan city chengye hardware electric appliance co.,ltdA0209SHANGHAI BAOSTEEL...
2020 - 07 - 16
What are the benefits of 3D printing in automotive design?
Success and growth depend on constant innovation to stay ahead of the competition. In fact, we found that ten times more is spent on R&D than on advertising around the world today. But for many traditional manufacturers, adopting digital technology in their workflows can still be seen as an insurmountable challenge, with major financial implications that are not always realistic, leaving them struggling to know how to compete.This can be particularly true of the automotive industry, largely due to the higher number of parts required in production. Leading automotive manufacturers are relying on additive manufacturing (AM) to not only accelerate the product development cycle but also to reduce resources such as time and energy. Additive manufacturing is already transforming automotive production workflows, impacting everything from R&D to supply chain and production.Iterative Research and DevelopmentAdditive manufacturing has revolutionised R&D for vehicle manufacturers - in...
2020 - 07 - 09
Additive Manufacturing - Improving Human Life via Medical Components
Additive manufacturing (AM) is a technology that is best suited for making customized parts that are tailor-made for specific geometries and specifications. In situations where a person has faced severe injuries whether from accident or military action may require reconstructive surgery for getting back to normal life. In such situations, such parts can be reconstructed using titanium or stainless steel after a proper CT scan of the injury area. This can be done within a day providing the crucial time for survival. In this situation, Additive manufacturing becomes a lifesaver! In mainstream medical manufacturing, if the elderly need a knee replacement, they will specifically come in standard sizes with standard specifications that the doctor shall prescribe. Additive manufacturing currently can provide this solution, however, for AM to achieve mass-scale production of such components will require another 5 years. This is primarily because currently, the cost of making medical pros...
2020 - 07 - 02
3D PRINTING DAMASCUS-LIKE STEEL
Recreating Damascus steel remains a holy grail of materials science. The exact process and alloys used are long ago lost to time. At best, modern steelworking methods are able to produce a rough visual simulacra of sorts that many still consider to be pretty cool looking. Taking a more serious bent at materials science than your average knifemaker, a group of scientists at the Max Planck institute have been working to create a material with similar properties through 3D printing.The technology used is based on the laser sintering of metal powders. In this case, the powder consists of a mixture of iron, nickel and titanium. The team found that by varying the exact settings of the laser sintering process on a layer-by-layer basis, they could create different microstructures throughout a single part. This allows the creation of parts that are ductile, while remaining hard enough to be sharpened – a property which is useful in edged weapons like swords.While the process is nothing like tha...
2020 - 07 - 02
BMW OPENS NEW €15 MILLION ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING CAMPUS IN MUNICH TO “INDUSTRIALIZE 3D PRINTING”
The BMW Group has opened a new €15 million additive manufacturing facility which is designed to “industrialize 3D printing,” and shorten production times across the company.  Based in Munich, the campus will bring BMW’s prototype production, series parts manufacturing, research into new 3D printing technologies, and training, together under one roof. The centre will also house around 50 percent of the automotive company’s global additive manufacturing (AM) capacity, comprising 50 industrial polymer and metal 3D printers. By centralising its 3D printing resources, BMW aims to accelerate its integration of AM, and to further automate its design and production processes. “Our goal is to industrialize 3D printing methods more and more for automotive production, and to implement new automation concepts in the process chain,” said Daniel Schäfer, Senior Vice President for Production Integration and Pilot Plant at the BMW Group. “This will allow us to streamline component ...
2020 - 07 - 02
Report of Day One of the 13 edition
The 13th Shanghai International Exhibition for Powder Metallurgy, Cemented Carbides and Advanced Ceramics (PM China & CCEC China & IACE China 2020) was finally started its 13 edition in Shanghai, China from 12 to 14 August, 2020. Organized by Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co Ltd, the exhibition aims to create cooperation opportunities and strengthen the industries exchanges by gathering leading enterprises under one roof. Especially at this critical moment, we believe the successful holding would be able to make the powder metallurgy industry and advanced ceramics industry vigorous again. On the first day, the event received a total of 13,204 visitors, a significant rise of 27% from a year earlier. The Organizer had taken adequate anti-epidemic measures to ensure the heath and safety of people.The exhibition area was expanded to 30,000 sqm, where innovations and cutting-edge technologies were fully displayed by 494 excellent companies from more than 10 countries and regi...
2020 - 08 - 13
How to Reduce and Avoid Emissions from Polymer 3D Printing
Desktop 3D printers are immensely useful in a machine shop, but can emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and ultrafine particles (UFPs) that are harmful to humans. Here are some guidelines to install and operate them safely. When I began reporting on additive manufacturing (AM) just five years ago, I quickly learned about the dangers of metal 3D printing, from the combustible materials to the risks from inert gas leakages. Working with powdered metal is no joke, which is why operators are often pictured in full PPE including respirator, fire-resistant jacket and nitrile gloves. If you ask one of these folks about safety, they’ll likely point out facility features like specialized fire extinguishers, spark-resistant flooring and air quality monitoring systems. There’s a considerable and widely recognized ecosystem of training and equipment needed to run these machines. But it wasn’t until more recently that I began to hear conversations about the safety of polymer 3D printer...
2020 - 07 - 22
How additive manufacturing revolutionises rapid prototyping
Often the demands of modern manufacturing mean that individual parts and prototypes have to be produced practically overnight.Additive manufacturing (AM) allows us to meet these demands with almost no limitations on geometry and material selection. The benefits of AM have never been more essential than they are now. As industries move to respond rapidly to the dangers and challenges presented by Covid-19, AM’s speed and flexibility has stepped centre stage. 3D printing (3DP) has been key to aiding car manufacturers, for example, to suddenly switch to producing ventilators or fashion companies to create PPE in place of handbags and suits. From the start, AM claimed the crown as the most flexible production method going. And whilst 3DP is still considered a gimmick by the general public, new developments mean the possibilities are almost limitless. A wide choice of materials, high speed, and the extensive possibilities for post- processing and measurement make 3DP an indis...
2020 - 07 - 22
Exhibitor list 2020
PM China & CCEC China & IACE China 2020 gathers nearly 500 exhibitors under one roof to showcase advanced technologies, equipments and high-quality products such as high-performance materials, advanced ceramics products, new molding and processing technology, manufacturing technology of high precision parts, intelligent manufacturing technology and 3D printing technology.Acquiring latest industry trends on the annual platform so you could know where's to go next!CompanyBooth no.1TIANJIN ZHUJIN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CO.,LTDA0052TAV VACUUM FURNACES SPAA0063LASCO Umformtechnik GmbHA0084SECO/WARWICK RETECH THERMAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING (TIANJIN) CO.,LTD.A0115LAUFFER PRESSENA0136Dongguan Yachuang automation technology co.,ltdA0157SGL CARBON GmbHA0188foshan city chengye hardware electric appliance co.,ltdA0209SHANGHAI BAOSTEEL...
2020 - 07 - 16
What are the benefits of 3D printing in automotive design?
Success and growth depend on constant innovation to stay ahead of the competition. In fact, we found that ten times more is spent on R&D than on advertising around the world today. But for many traditional manufacturers, adopting digital technology in their workflows can still be seen as an insurmountable challenge, with major financial implications that are not always realistic, leaving them struggling to know how to compete.This can be particularly true of the automotive industry, largely due to the higher number of parts required in production. Leading automotive manufacturers are relying on additive manufacturing (AM) to not only accelerate the product development cycle but also to reduce resources such as time and energy. Additive manufacturing is already transforming automotive production workflows, impacting everything from R&D to supply chain and production.Iterative Research and DevelopmentAdditive manufacturing has revolutionised R&D for vehicle manufacturers - in...
2020 - 07 - 09
Additive Manufacturing - Improving Human Life via Medical Components
Additive manufacturing (AM) is a technology that is best suited for making customized parts that are tailor-made for specific geometries and specifications. In situations where a person has faced severe injuries whether from accident or military action may require reconstructive surgery for getting back to normal life. In such situations, such parts can be reconstructed using titanium or stainless steel after a proper CT scan of the injury area. This can be done within a day providing the crucial time for survival. In this situation, Additive manufacturing becomes a lifesaver! In mainstream medical manufacturing, if the elderly need a knee replacement, they will specifically come in standard sizes with standard specifications that the doctor shall prescribe. Additive manufacturing currently can provide this solution, however, for AM to achieve mass-scale production of such components will require another 5 years. This is primarily because currently, the cost of making medical pros...
2020 - 07 - 02
3D PRINTING DAMASCUS-LIKE STEEL
Recreating Damascus steel remains a holy grail of materials science. The exact process and alloys used are long ago lost to time. At best, modern steelworking methods are able to produce a rough visual simulacra of sorts that many still consider to be pretty cool looking. Taking a more serious bent at materials science than your average knifemaker, a group of scientists at the Max Planck institute have been working to create a material with similar properties through 3D printing.The technology used is based on the laser sintering of metal powders. In this case, the powder consists of a mixture of iron, nickel and titanium. The team found that by varying the exact settings of the laser sintering process on a layer-by-layer basis, they could create different microstructures throughout a single part. This allows the creation of parts that are ductile, while remaining hard enough to be sharpened – a property which is useful in edged weapons like swords.While the process is nothing like tha...
2020 - 07 - 02
BMW OPENS NEW €15 MILLION ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING CAMPUS IN MUNICH TO “INDUSTRIALIZE 3D PRINTING”
The BMW Group has opened a new €15 million additive manufacturing facility which is designed to “industrialize 3D printing,” and shorten production times across the company.  Based in Munich, the campus will bring BMW’s prototype production, series parts manufacturing, research into new 3D printing technologies, and training, together under one roof. The centre will also house around 50 percent of the automotive company’s global additive manufacturing (AM) capacity, comprising 50 industrial polymer and metal 3D printers. By centralising its 3D printing resources, BMW aims to accelerate its integration of AM, and to further automate its design and production processes. “Our goal is to industrialize 3D printing methods more and more for automotive production, and to implement new automation concepts in the process chain,” said Daniel Schäfer, Senior Vice President for Production Integration and Pilot Plant at the BMW Group. “This will allow us to streamline component ...
2020 - 07 - 02
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