Additive Manufacturing Europe is happening this week, running today, June 28th, through the 30th in Amsterdam. 3DPrint.com’s Eddie Krassenstein, one of our co-founders and now heading our advertising team, is on the ground in the Netherlands to see companies such as Zortrax and TRUMPF, among many, many others, present, there’s certainly a lot to see there!
Eddie is sharing his impressions with us from the Netherlands this week, and we’re happy to highlight some of the excellent exhibitors that he’s seeing, through photos and videos right from the floor!
“Decent size floor with a good amount of exhibitors,” Eddie remarks. “Not as crowded as some I’ve been to but very neat and clean. I like how they have some presentations going on right on the exhibit floor.”
Check out some of the sights at this year’s Additive Manufacturing Europe!
ZMorph‘s newest 3D printer, the ZMorph 2.0 SX, is on display at their booth, highlighting its capabilities in multiple areas of production. The company is also showing off their Novelty Pack that demonstrates their machine’s offerings (through the ever-appealing combination of wine and Star Wars).
Zortrax has been busy lately, especially having just introducing their latest 3D printer, the M300, at Additive Manufacturing Europe today. Stay tuned for our coverage of this new machine, direct from Amsterdam!
TRUMPF’s TruPrint1000 is on the floor at their booth, working away. Eddie got a nice close look at it, including video of the large machine in action!
BigRep is known for large-scale 3D printing, which they are highlighting right on the floor of the show.
With all this and more being shown off at Additive Manufacturing Europe, stay tuned this week as we hear more from Eddie, as well as Davide Sher, right from Amsterdam — we’ll be keeping on top of all the latest announcements!
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