EPMA ADDress project launched

July 15, 2022

The ADDress project launched with an online meeting (Courtesy EPMA)
The ADDress project launched with an online meeting (Courtesy EPMA)

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has announced the launch of the ADDress project which commenced with an online meeting on July 7. The ADDress project aims to raise awareness of the different participants, such as engineers, students, academics, NGO’s, and governments, in Additive Manufacturing. It also aims to promote AM to the wider business world, to bring entrepreneurs together with a common platform.

The ADDress project is an Erasmus+ project and is funded by the EU under the call “KA220-VET- Cooperation partnerships in vocational education and training”. It consists of nine partners from Turkey, Spain, Italy, and Bulgaria including the EPMA.

The project is coordinated by Coskunoz Education Foundation based in Bursa, Turkey, and has a duration of thirty months.


The ADDress project launched with an online meeting (Courtesy EPMA)

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