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The organiser of MM Live - the Micro & Precision Manufacturing event - is delighted to announce that the 2010 Micro Manufacturing Conference Programme has now been finalised. Following the launch of the Micro Manufacturing seminars in 2008, and the successful transition into a full two-day conference programme in 2009, the 2010 Micro Manufacturing conference has once again attracted the industry's most prominent and influential experts to present.
Taking place 19th - 20th October at the prestigious Ricoh Arena, Coventry, this years' conference has again dedicated itself to the ever growing and changing world of micro and precision manufacturing by focusing on the key industry sectors, which are truly pushing the micro boundaries ever further. Dedicated sessions will take place across the two days on Micro Machining, Laser Micro Manufacturing, Micro Moulding and Micro Inspection.
Day 1 of the conference will kick off with a keynote address from Professor Dragos Axinte, the Director of Rolls-Royce UTC in Manufacturing Technology at the University of Nottingham. Professor Axinte will present a paper title "3D micro-texturing of diamond structures: from fabrication techniques to opportunities in developing innovative micro-products", this paper looks at how diamond structures are currently under-utilised in industrial applications and will discuss his revolutionary findings and examples of innovative applications of diamond 3D micro-features for the development of high value-added micro-products: from tooling, electronics and medical/sensing applications to the jewellery industry. Brent Hahn from Accumold, will present the keynote address on Day 2, with a key focus on "Material Selection with an Eye on Micro Moulding".
An impressive array of speakers will follow who have been especially selected due to their unrivalled knowledge and experience within the different sectors of the micro and precision manufacturing industry. These speakers include: Arthur Turner, Rainford Precision Machines;
J. Rhett Mayor, Georgia Institute of Technology; Walter Maurer, Waterjet AG, Natalie Salk, Fraunhofer Institut, Ben Whiteside, Polymer Micro and Nano Technology School of Engineering, Design and Technology, University of Bradford; Reinhard Danzl, Alicona Imaging GmbH; Nadeem Rizvi, Laser Micromachining; and Alexy Karenowska, Oxford University.
The organiser, Rapid News Publications, is fully confident of attracting a record number of industry experts to this years' show who are looking to network with like-minded professionals, develop their knowledge and keep their company one step ahead of the competition. Attendance to the MM Live exhibition and conference is completely free of charge.
For the full conference programme and to pre-register, please visit www.mmliveuk.com.
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MM Live is organised by Rapid News Publications Ltd - an international communications company with special focus on business-to-business media in the manufacturing world.
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