All the latest emerging technologies unleashed at one event
Elkem Silicones will be showcasing at this year's IDTechEx Show in Santa Clara, CA November 14-15, 2018. Stop by our booth #S28 to learn about silicone solutions in the most demanding applications.
From silicon metal to silicone adhesives, Elkem Silicones is vertically integrated offering diverse product portfolios with the agility to customize and manufacture at scale. During the show, our team will highlight products that provide complete silicone solutions for many different applications:
Dr. Remi Thira will be giving a presentation focusing on using silicone elastomers in additive manufacturing for healthcare applications. If you are interested in exploring 3D Printing materials and processes, do not miss his talk on Thursday, Nov 15th at 2:50pm to 3:10pm in the Exhibition Theater.
Our team is looking forward to seeing you there!
About Elkem Silicones
Elkem Silicones has more than 3100 employees dedicated to providing silicone solutions with a personal touch helping to deliver your potential. A division of the Elkem Group, Elkem Silicones is one of the world's leading fully integrated silicone suppliers, operating 10 multi-functional manufacturing sites and R&D centers around the globe. Based in Lyon, France, Elkem Silicones offers a full range of silicone technologies for diverse specialty markets including aerospace, automotive, construction, consumer goods, energy, healthcare, paper, personal care and textiles. Learn more at www.silicones.elkem.com
About Elkem Group
Headquartered in Norway, Elkem Group is one of the world's leading providers of environmentally responsible silicon-related materials. The Elkem Group is active in both the solar value chain through REC Solar (www.recgroup.com) and silicon value chain through Elkem's four business areas, Elkem silicon materials, Elkem silicones, Elkem foundry products and Elkem carbon. Elkem Group has an annual revenue of 2.6 billion Euros, 29 production sites and about 8500 employees around the world. Learn more at www.elkem.com.
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