Cryogenically assisted machining (liquid nitrogen replaces cutting fluid) is particularly suitable for machining difficult materials (titanium, nickel, cobalt bases, certain stainless steels,…) widely used in the aeronautics, medical and/or energy sectors.

AMICS has carried out a research project financed by the F2i as part of the Intercut consortium, composed of industrial technical centres and engineering schools.
We invite you to participate in an exchange day on 20 March at ENSAM in Angers, from 10 a.m:

10 am: welcome / coffee
10:30 am: AMICS introduction, regulatory aspects
10h45 : Mechachrome, Olivier Martin, The interest of cryogenic machining and its implementation
11h15 : Cetim, François Laforce, Presentation of the F2i project and its results
11:45 am: ENSAM, Guénaël Germain,
12:15 pm: buffet lunch break
13h15/13h30h30: coffee break and demonstration
14h15 : Air Liquide, Alban Poirier, Understanding gases (properties, production…) and the differences between a test facility and an industrial cryo-machining facility
14h45 : MPM, Ludovic Lazzarotto, A new machine / converting an existing machine: the process / technical requirements
15h15 : VeroSoftware, Sergio Parisse, Programming: the differences of a lubricated / dry machining
15h45 : Manufacturer of cutting tools, in progress
16h15 : ENSAM, Angel Tatsis, the future of cryogenically assisted machining

Registration with Valérie Guérin: