Events & News

Events & News

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UPCOMING EVENTS
  • ICHSF – International Conference on High Speed Forming
Gilles Avrillaud, Chief Technology Officer at Bmax will introduce « First Results of SRF Cavity Fabrication by Electro-Hydraulic Forming »
From May 14th to 16th, 2018
Columbus, Ohio | US
  • NEHY – “New developments in Hydroforming” Conference
Elisa Cantergiani, R&D Engineer at Bmax will present « Superconducting Radiofrequency cavities fabrication by Electro-Hydraulic Forming »
May 15th 2018
Fellbach (near Stuttgart) | Germany
LATEST NEWS
  • Magnetic Pulse Welding and Forming are unique high speed metal processing technologies

    July 11th 2017
    Using aluminum alloys for automotive components could reduce vehicle body structure weight and using these alloys is receiving much attention. Magnetic pulse technology (MPT) (forming/welding) is a high-speed metal processing technology which uses el...

  • Bmax hosts a first Open Day event in new Detroit offices

    On December 6th 2016, Bmax hosted an open day event in Detroit, Michigan, showcasing its unique advanced manufacturing solutions and officially inaugurating its expanded presence in the USA....

  • Leoni to push forward Magnetic Pulse Crimping

    Septembre 6th 2016
    Leoni, the leading European provider of cables and cable systems to the automotive sector and other industries, reinforces its research with the company BMAX....

  • Getting the pulse racing

    April 30th 2016
    During the first world war it was observed that when armour plating was hit by shrapnel some of the bits not only embedded themselves into the metal but ended up welded to it, a process that normally takes a great deal of heat......

  • Quand la vitesse est une alliée

    March 2016
    La société Bmax s’est spécialisée dans les techniques de formage utilisant des générateurs de décharges électriques impulsionnelles (dits à Hautes Puissances Pulsées). Ces technologies, qui ont aujourd’hui atteint un stade de maturité indu...

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