5th Australasian Aluminium Extrusion Conference

Monday, 26 May 2014 to Wednesday, 28 May 2014

 

ALUMINIUM IN A COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT

The 5th Australasian Aluminium Extrusion Conference 2014 will feature invited world recognised experts who will be key speakers addressing technical and commercial elements related to the extrusion industry, for both primary and recycled aluminium.

Program

  • Extrusion Workshop on Mon 26 May
  • Technical and practical presentation sessions on Tues 27 & Wed 28 May 2014
  • Trade Exhibition in conjunction with the conference program 
  • Post conference plant tour to Inex and Capral on Thurs 29 May 2014
  • Networking events including welcome reception and official conference dinner

Presenters

  • George Collins (Swinburne) Conference opening
  • Garry Martin (BALEXCO) Optimum extrusion performance
  • Mark Easton (RMIT) Properties of extruded A6061
  • Paul Robbins (Castool) Flow stress
  • Ivan Meng (Fletcher Aluminium) Extrusion streaking
  • David Turla (Turla) Equipment innovations
  • Uwe Günter (Extrutec) Gas-induction oven
  • Markus Dobler (MCE) Process monitoring
  • Sven Gade (Capral) Lean manufacturing
  • Scott Rogers (Hydro) Mn effect in 6060 and 6063 alloys
  • Douglas Baker (CBA Brazil) High performance alloys
  • Chris Jowett (consultant) Extrusion dead-zones
  • Bill Dixon (QED Extrusion Developments) Billet surface and extrusion surface
  • Miles Prosser (Australian Al Council) Al in Australia
  • Barbara Rinderer (Consulting in Partnership) Homogenised billet discolouration
  • Gerhard Kleinert (I.A.S.) Induction heating
  • Jens Magenheimer (SMS Meers) Next generation extrusion presses
  • Rimma Lapovok (Monash Uni) Modelling to control extrusion defects
  • Xinquan Zhang (Rio Tinto Alcan) Etched topography
  • Rob Palmer (Capral) Prefill practices
  • Madhukar Pandit (University of Kaiserslautern) Automation
  • Aiden Beer (Deakin Uni) New extrusion facility
  • Malcolm Couper (Monash Uni) 6xxx alloy development

Who should attend?

  • Production Superintendents, Supervisors, Technicians, Metallurgists and Process Engineers
  • Researchers working in the field of Aluminium Extrusion processing and finishing
  • Suppliers wishing to gain exposure and better understanding of the needs of the Aluminium industry           
  • Market development managers interested in the markets of the Asian and Pacific Rim region 

 

We are delighted to continue this conference series with the support of Swinburne University of Technology.  The conference is also supported by Materials Australia, the Aluminium Industry and related companies. We sincerely thank Rio Tinto Alcan for supporting the conference as our Platinum Sponsor.

Conference Chair 
Ivan Grasis        E ivan@aimsptyltd.com
 
Exhibition, Sponsorship,Conference & Accommodation Information:
Caryn Morgan    E caryn@cmaevents.com.au