Heraeus Amloy Technology Day 2021

27th and 28th October - Your one-day event to look behind the scenes of amorphous processing technologies

Heraeus Amloy reopens its gates for the Technology Day 2021

As in 2019, Amloy will again open its doors to interested visitors who want to learn more about amorphous metals and their processing technologies. This year, in addition to the young company, the start-up Amorphous Metal Solutions , which has been part of the Heraeus Group since this year, is also involved.

The internal event will take place on 27th and 28th October. For one of these mentioned days you can register yourself on the button below. In addition to a full agenda, where you will learn about the advantages of amorphous alloys and their technologies, you also have the opportunity to book individual appointments with our experts. Furthermore, you will be introduced to market-specific fields of application, e.g. medical technology, sensor elements or tool inserts and flexure hinges.

Get to know our amorphous experts at Technology Day 2021

Valeska Melde

Valeska Melde

Heraeus Amloy Technologies

„Join us at this year’s Amloy Technology Day and experience state-of-the art manufacturing of amorphous components. Uncover the material’s potential during a varied program of technical presentations, success stories and production tours.”

Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Hins

Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Hins

KIMW | Kunststoffinstitut Lüdenscheid

„Current peripheral technologies for injection molding processes result in high energy consumption. Mold inserts made of AMLOY material can increase surface quality and energy efficiency while reducing cycle times.”

Dr.-Ing. Alexander Kuball

Dr.-Ing. Alexander Kuball

Amorphous Metal Solutions

"The Technology Day offers the opportunity to get a unique overview of the state-of-the-art for processing amorphous metals. I look forward to discuss the application of amorphous metals with interested parties in their products."

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Simon Pauly

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Simon Pauly

THAB | University of Applied Science Aschaffenburg

„Zr-based glasses are interesting candidates for biomedical applications“