Rising Media to Hold the Third Annual Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo, Asia’s Largest 3D Printing Tradeshow, in Seoul
3D printing technology continues to evolve and expand. The 3rd annual Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo will take place in Seoul on June 22-24, 2016 at KINTEX. This is a must-attend trade show and conference for everyone involved in or looking to learn more about this revolutionary industry.
This is the largest 3D Printing event in Korea and one of the most important and state-of-the-art 3D printing tradeshows in the Asian region. This year’s event promises to demonstrate more excitement than ever before with soaring popularity of new AM (Additive Manufacturing) technologies that foster innovation in various fields across the globe.
Attendees participating in this year’s Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo in Seoul will have the opportunity to explore and discover the diverse applications of 3D printing technology. Experts around the world will share valuable insights on how 3D Printing is shaping and revolutionizing manufacturing, rapid prototyping, fashion design, aviation, architecture, medicine and healthcare, and more. There will be over 100 local and international companies exhibiting at the event as well as an outstanding line up of expert speakers.
The exhibition will include a vast array of exhibitors and sponsors, allowing attendees the opportunity to learn and experience the latest products and services covering the breadth of the 3D printing ecosystem. On display will be 3D printers, 3D scanners, CAD/CAM software, printing materials, platform service, and more.
Inside 3D Printing Seoul is sponsored by 80+ world renowned companies, including MakerBot (Platinum Sponsor) and HanilProtech (Silver Sponsor). Major Korean 3D printing manufacturers such as Hyvision, Hepzibah, TPC Mechatronics, OTS, Carima, 3D Box, Vistech Korea, Samdi Technology, Pensees in addition to global brands such as Hoganas (Sweden), Esun (China) and XYZ Printing (Taiwan) will be represented.
The Inside 3D Printing Seoul conference program consists of 4 vertical tracks – Metal, Manufacturing, Business and Medical. This structure enables each registrant to attend the sessions most relevant to their goals and interests. Breakout sessions will provide a deep-dive into specific topics of 3D printing technology and its applications in areas like manufacturing, medicine, M&A, copyright & intellectual protection, metal components, etc.
The conference program includes world-famous keynote speakers including Terry Wohlers (Principal Consultant of Wohlers Associates, Inc.), and Jonathan Jaglom (CEO, MakerBot).
This year’s event will have two new additions: the Inside 3D Printing Startup Pitch where the winner will receive an investment amount of KRW 5,000,000 from Asimov Ventures, joining other winners of Inside 3D Printing Startup Competitions; and the 3D Print Design Show which displays the latest designs and achievements made in 3D printing.
Early bird prices to Inside 3D Printing Seoul end on April 22, so reserve your pass before to save. Remember that 3DPrint.com readers can save 10% by using discount code ‘3DPRINT’ at registration.
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