Conferences, Educational Webinars and Employee Training

 

CONFERENCES

The hallmark of PCMI is its technical conferences, held twice a year, generally in the United States and Europe. The conferences provide presentations and technical papers, research results, discussion of industry trends and a tour of a PCM facility or other manufacturing operation.

Conferences feature two days of PCM technical sessions, networking with colleagues, facility tours, and the opportunity to explore emerging technologies.

The conferences also provide the opportunity for suppliers to give presentations on new products and other developments. Importantly, the conferences provide an opportunity to meet personally with members of the industry and develop meaningful personal relationships..

The next conference will be be held in Birmingham, England from May 13 – 17, 2023.

Click here for information about the Birmingham Conference.

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EDUCATIONAL WEBINAR SERIES

The PCMI Educational Webinar Series are one-hour programs designed to share information on key PCM processes. Attending the webinars will give you the chance to stay up-to-date on new industry developments, provide an opportunity to interact with colleagues from around the world, and give you on-demand access to the recordings after each session is presented live.

Click here for more information on recent PCMI webinars.

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EMPLOYEE TRAINING WEBINAR

The A-Z of Photochemical Machining
Presented by David Allen, Emeritus Professor
Cranfield University

The PCMI employee development webinar gives PCM companies the educational tools needed to provided new workers with the knowledge necessary to perform effectively..

This short course has been specifically designed to educate employees with limited practical experience or theoretical knowledge of PCM. The course covers the basics of the PCM process through all its stages from “Design” to “Finished Product”.

The course covers both technical and economic aspects of PCM and the “buzz words” of PCM from A to Z in an informative but light-hearted approach, as the course is intended as an enjoyable experience in addition to being an educational exercise.

Click here for more information on the Short Course.

Click here to view a sample of the Short Course.

Order your own Short Course here!


For more information, contact our Executive Director, Catherine Flaherty by phone: (508) 385-0085 or email: cflaherty@pcmi.org.