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4M2013 Online Shop Open, FP7 Project Mosycousis, ICOMM 2014, 3D Printing, FRSM Training

4M 2013 Conference Registration Site Now Open!

4M2013 The 10th International Conference on Multi-Material Micro Manufacture (4M2013) is officially open for registrations via the University of Birmingham online shop. Note: At least one author must register for the conference in order for their paper to be included in the proceedings. 4M2013 is being organised by IK4-TEKNIKER and 4M Association. To register for this event, visit the online shop>> The Detailed Programme is also now available..html

3rd Meeting of the MOSYCOUSIS FP7 Project

Mosycousis Presentations have been published from an event that took place in Curtea de Arges, Romania in May 2013 for the 3rd Meeting of the 'Intelligent Monitoring System based on Acoustic Emissions Sensing for Plant Condition Monitoring and Preventative Maintenance (MOSYCOUSIS) Project. A promotional video explains the project. Event Presentation>> More information>>

ICOMM 2014 - 9th International Conference on MicroManufacturing (25-28th March 2014, Singapore)

icomm2014 ICOMM 2014 focuses on the processes, equipment, and systems for fabricating miniature parts with micro-scale features. Many fields, including medical, aerospace, military/defense, optics, automotive, consumer products, and communications, have been increasingly demanding such miniature parts with complex micro-scale features made from a wide selection of materials. Read more>>

A Battery and a “Bionic” Ear: a Hint of 3D Printing’s Promise

battery Today’s 3D printers can generally only build things out of one type of material, usually a plastic or, in certain expensive industrial versions of the machines, a metal. They can’t build objects with electronic, optical, or any kind of functions that require the integration of multiple materials. But recent advances in the research lab, including a 3D printed battery and a bionic ear suggest that this might soon change. Read more>>

Training Courses in Microsystems

FSRM FSRM (Fondation suisse pour la recherche en microtechnique) offers a comprehensive range of training courses, in a number of languages (English, French, German). They are pleased to offer members of the 4M Association a 10% discount on course fees. Read more>>

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