JEC is an annual event hosted in Paris and offering professionals the opportunity to meet with the composites industry. Summary of the 2019 edition.

After four years of research in robust design methodologies for uncertainty quantification and optimisation for industrial applications the EUFORIA consortium is ready to present its results and developed methods. On 25 April Brussels is the place to be for an inspiring conference.

From now on the Eurofinish (surface treatments) and Materials (manufacturing industry) trade fairs will be taking place together. The following dates for the combined fair in Leuven are 15 and 16 May 2019. Sirris will also be taking part with its stand and a lecture.

The Sirris test laboratories are investigating the reliability of material certificates that come with metals. Do you want to know how reliable your certificate is? Send us a metal sample with material certificate and we will examine the chemical composition of your sample free of charge!

On 23 October, Sirris is opening a brand-new ‘Product Development Hub’ at its site in Liège. The agenda includes some testimonials from industry describing what the Hub can mean for companies. One such company is JTEKT Torsen.

Sirris is helping JTEKT Torsen to optimise its products through better materials management and layout.

Pedeo Hogedrukgieterij is granted Belgium’s major design award for the design of a roller assembly for Reynaers Aluminium.

Polymar specialises in plastics, but wanted to extend its product range for equestrian sports with items made from multi-materials. It was able to turn to Sirris for testing and guidance.

Sirris is playing the role of interim project manager for a start-up that is developing an innovative tea machine that respects the art of tea.

Weight reduction, higher performance, integrated functionality, etc. Are you looking for new production processes to achieve higher added value for your products? Combining different materials could provide the right solution! Sirris, BIL, Agoria and Flanders Make have organised a workshop on the subject for 24 October. We will be providing insights into the latest, modern technologies used for joining dissimilar materials.