The PCMI Virtual Conference will be held from October 19 – 21, 2020. The Conference will include live technical sessions that will explore emerging technologies to enhance processes and operations, networking platforms, and on-demand access to all recorded sessions.
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While live attendance is best, you will have access to all aspects of the Virtual Conference no matter what timezone you are in. All sessions will be recorded and provide you will immediate access to the technical information, presentations and colleague-to-colleague group conversations.
The Virtual Conference will offer networking with your colleagues from around the world, that is so important to create and enhance your business relationships. The Virtual Conference will also provide opportunities for you to discuss and learn how COVID-19 has impacted the PCM industry.
For those new to the industry, the Virtual Conference will provide a broad overview of the photochemical machining (PCM) process. For the seasoned professional, the agenda will offer opportunities to explore new technologies that can enhance your business operation.
Click here to hear Dr. Peter Jefferies, PCMI President,
invite you to attend the first ever PCMI Virtual Conference.
- The PCMI Virtual Platform will give you the chance to you to attend the Conference without having having to travel and or pay for accommodation expenses generally required for PCMI international meetings.
- On the Virtual Platform you will find speaker information, session content, the schedule of presentations, sponsors, company listings, attendees, resources and event updates
- Click here to view the Virtual Conference Platform
Registration Fees Designed For All Levels
- PCMI has created a fee structure for the Virtual Fall Technical Conference to give members the chance to register multiple staff members for one low price.
- A Corporate License is available for member companies if they register five or more employees The fee is just $700.
- With a corporate license, there is no limit to the number of employees that can register from one company to attend the conference and receive the conference recordings.
- The single-member registration fee is $200 per person, and for two-four registrations, the cost is $150 per person.
- PCMI offers a discount for non-members that have never registered personnel for a conference. If your company has never registered staff for a PCMI Conference, you can pay the $200 per-person member registration. Otherwise, the non-member fee is $500 per person.
- Click here for more corporate license information
Click here to hear Mike Lynch, former PCMI President,
talk about the value of the corporate license.
- The 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.
- Click here for more sponsorship information.
Technical Sessions (Sessions in red are linked to an abstract.)
- Manufacturing Bespoke Aesthetic and Functional Surfaces via Photochemical Machining, Electrolytic Photoetching and Electrolytic Photopolishing Techniques
- COVID-19 Group Discussion—Impact on Business
- Business Outlook: Global Electronics Industry
- Dry Film Resist Control Topics in Photo Chemical Milling Processes
- General Overview of PCM Equipment
- Wet Process
- New Member Product and Services Showcase
- PCM Educational Session for Colleges and New Staff
- Introduction to Zapp Precision Metals for May 2021 Conference Facility Tour
- General Session Wrap Up | Social Breakout Session
PCMI Virtual Conference Committee
- David Allen, Cranfield University
- Phil Greiner, Photofabrication Engineering
- Peter Jefferies, Heatric, Division of Meggitt
- Eric Kemperman, Etchform BV
- Michael Lynch, United Western Enterprises, Inc.