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Technical Ceramics in Additive Manufacturing

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On March 2nd, 2022, 3DNatives, one of the leading European 3D printing media, published an article titled Technical Ceramics in Additive Manufacturing. Fabrice Petit, Program Manager Manufacturing Processes at CRIBC (Research Center of the Belgian Ceramic Industry) share in this article its vision of Pam 3D printing technology applied to Technical Ceramics.

Review this article and discover how the Pam Series MC allows to transform the widest range of industrial techincal ceramics and while presenting the lowest level of health risk compared to other technologies on the market.

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European Powder Metallurgy Association

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We are pleased to inform you that the board members of the European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) have validated Pollen AM's membership. We are now member of this prestigious network founded in Brussels in 1989.

This membership will allow us to participate and benefit from the:
- Promotion and Development PM Technology in Europe;
- Represention the European PM Industry within Europe and Internationally;
- Development of the Future of PM, etc.

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Exhibition Planning - 2022

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Come and meet our teams and our new products at the various trade shows in which we participate. Link

You can now make an appointment with our teams by visiting our dedicated website.

We hope to see you soon,
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Additive manufacturing of fire retardant Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate

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The UMET laboratory used a Pam system to work on the additive manufacturing of fireproof materials.
A review of the contribution of 3D printing to the production of flame retardant products. This study concludes that 3D printing brings a new axis of work for flame retardant properties by focusing on the structure of the part rather than on the chemistry of the materials.

Link: Download the study

The laboratory UMET (Unité Matériaux Et Transformations) was created in January 2010 following the merger of four former laboratories of the Lille campus. The UMET laboratory now hosts a large portion of the research in Materials Science of the Université de Lille. The laboratory includes approximately 80 professors and assistant professors, and CNRS researchers, 40 technical and administration staff, 60 PhD students, and 15 temporary contracts researchers or emeritus faculty.

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Ceramic Additive Manufacturing - Virtual Meetings

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Pollen AM will participate on September 20, 2021 to the Franco-Quebec virtual meetings which will be on the theme of ceramic additive manufacturing. These meetings will take place from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm (Paris).

Discover the program:

Keynote :
  • Ceramic additive manufacturing, Thierry Chartier, IRCER
  • Green Surface Engineering for Advanced Manufacturing, Christian Moreau, Concordia University


Pitch of the French partners
  • 3D Ceram | Richard Gaignon
  • 3D Minerals | Claude Schneider
  • CTTC | Olivier Durand
  • Nanoe | Guillaume de Calan
  • Novadditive | Vincent Poirier
  • Pollen AM | Didier Fonta
Pitch of the Quebec partners :
  • Aerospace Research Center | Benham Ashrafi
  • Alfapure Technologies | Abdelmajid Rakib
  • Nanogrande | Juan Schneider
Networking session