We report on a multitude of shows, conferences, and expos occurring around the world that are relevant to the 3D printing industry, but from July 27-28, experts from around the world will be in attendance, joining their accomplished peers at the 2016 Shining 3D Global Partner Summit in China at Shining 3D‘s new headquarters in Hangzhou. While many of their famous partners are responsible for the continual innovative releases that we report on, so is Shining 3D, and we’ve been following them recently, with 3DPrint.com writers in attendance as they were showing off their new EinScan-Pro 3D scanner at RAPID 2016, as well as entering into a partnership with new US distributor Afinia 3D.
Now, the numbers are impressive as we see 77 industry experts from 46 companies and 23 countries about to attend this big event. On top of that, they will be offering 15 keynote speeches all regarding 3D scanning and 3D printing technology, as well as for a discussion on how 3D printing products in China are able to reach a worldwide market.
“3D Printing, as a high-precision advanced technology that can trace back to 1990s, has grown to a new stage after years of development in China,” states Shining 3D in their latest press release.
“The 3D printing products from SHINING 3D have entered into over 70 countries and regions. SHINING 3D is dedicated to developing the 3D Printing Ecosystem from end to end and providing the right solution and service to end users. And now, we hope more friends around the world join us and create value from 3D scanning to 3D printing.”
- How SHINING 3D became a leading company in 3D digitizing and 3D printing in China
- Achievements and goals of the company
- SHINING 3D international policy, etc.
Following that will be three workshops, as follows.
3D Scanner & 3D Printer Workshop – Here, representatives from Aniwaa, 3D Printing Systems, Geopoints-3Dscanservice, and more will be on hand to discuss many facets of 3D scanning and 3D printing, to include development and new applications. Byan Hu, sales manager of Somos, will discuss how to work on accelerating development of 3D printing products in terms of materials.
The Dental Workshop – Recognizing how important 3D technology is becoming in the dental industry, this workshop focuses on the popularity of the intraoral 3D scanner, as well as digital implanting and digital tooth making technologies.
Professor Edward Yau from Taiwan University will introduce how to connect intraoral 3D scanning with CTs to progress further with digital implanting and orthodontic treatment. Shining 3D technicians will also be at the workshop, explaining more about their full set of dental solutions for 3D scanning, 3D design, and 3D printing.
The User and Marketing Workshop –
At this workshop, Shining 3D sets up a session for star users.
This section will work as a complement to the technical and professional workshops.
The CTO from Tenyoun 3D will speak about the ‘secrets of Shining 3D’s newest industrial 3D scanning technology and detailed applications,’ and Mr. Li will also speak again at the event regarding all of the advantages, applications and use cases of SLA 3D printers in different industries, to include discussions on:
- Metal parts rapid manufacturing from the Shining 3D SLS/SLM machine
- Application cases for metal parts manufacturing
- Integrated solutions of 3D printing and 3D scanning
Would some of these workshop topics interest you? Discuss in the 2016 Shining 3D Global Partner Summit forum over at 3DPB.com.
You May Also Like
The Role of Occupational Therapists in 3D Printing & DIY Assistive Technology
Researchers from Belgium and The Netherlands offer the details of their recent study ‘Makers in Healthcare: The Role of Occupational Therapists in the Design of DIY Assistive Technology,’ exploring the...
New Frameworks for Contour-Parallel Toolpaths in FDM 3D Printing
Researchers Tim Kuipers, Eugni L. Doubrovski, Jun Wu, and Charlie C.L. Wang have released the findings of a new study in the recently published ‘A framework for adaptive width control...
PolarOnyx Researchers Use Mixed Powders and Laser 3D Printing to Make Radial Collimators
A collimator is a device that narrows a beam of particles or waves, and radial collimators can oscillate several degrees at a sample position. That’s why neutron collimators are used...
3D-Printed Bioplastics Analyzed for Material Defects & Degradation
Researchers from Poland and Spain seek more answers in the realm of materials science, releasing their findings in ‘Three-Dimensional Printed PLA and PLA/PHA Dumbbell-Shaped Specimens: Material Defects and Their Impact...
View our broad assortment of in house and third party products.