Walt Custer, of Custer Consulting Group, will present his “Business Outlook: Global Electronics Industry” at our Fall 2020 Virtual Technical Conference.
Emeritus Professor David Allen is spotlighted for his upcoming presentation on the “Manufacturing Bespoke Aesthetic and Functional Surfaces via Photochemical Machining, Electrolytic Photoetching and Electrolytic Photopolishing Techniques” at our Fall 2020 Virtual Technical Conference.
The PCMI Virtual Conference sponsorship offers excellent value that will augment the networking generally provided by an in-person meeting. The virtual platform will reach an increased audience and offer more opportunities to develop brand awareness and interaction with target customers in the PCM industry.
Your business networking will take place at your company’s virtual trade show booth, customized to promote your product or services.The PCMI Virtual Conference Sponsorship Program costs only $500.
The PCMI Virtual Conference will feature technical presentations, on-demand access to all recorded sessions, group interaction and discussion, and a sponsor/trade show component. Moreover, you can attend the Virtual Conference without having having to travel and or pay for accommodation expenses generally required for PCMI international meetings.
PCMI has created a fee structure for the Virtual Fall Technical Conference to give members the chance to register more staff affordably.
The PCMI Library contains hundreds of publications that cover a broad range of subjects from process information and latest equipment technology through to market applications of the PCM process. These publications include electronic copies of journal archives and general PCM-related informational articles.
For PCMI members the publications are free, but everyone can download a sample for FREE!
PCMI continues to provide members with new ways to expand the knowledge of photo-chemical machining (PCM) capabilities.
Our newest member benefit is the Product Showcase, designed to present sample parts and descriptions, and illustrate that PCM is a preferred manufacturing process for many industries.
As we receive your product photo and description, we will create your exclusive showcase, upload it to the PCMI website, and then share it in a campaign on the Institute’s social media platforms.
Nadcap® recognizes Orbel Corporation for its commitment to continual improvement in aerospace quality
Orbel Corporation announces that it has received Nadcap® accreditation for Heat Treating.
“Orbel is committed to advancing our capabilities to offer top quality products for our mission critical customers. Attaining NADCAP is a stake in the ground that proves our dedication to our customer base,” said Ken Marino, President and CEO of Orbel Corporation.
Professor David Allen’s Photochemical Machining and Photoelectroforming is available for purchase today!
This second PCM-focused book, written by Professor David Allen, incorporates all aspects of modern PCM technology and includes a chapter on photoelectroforming (PEF). This book also covers phototool production, automation, process control and environmental compliance issues relevant to today’s industry.