It’s been less than two months since we wrapped up Inside 3D Printing San Diego, but we’re already looking forward to the next iteration of the giant 3D printing conference and expo. From March 14-15, businesses, experts and enthusiasts from the 3D printing world will descend on New York City’s Javits Center for Inside 3D Printing New York. 3DPrint.com will be there, and we can’t wait to bring you the latest news and information directly from the show floor.
Details about the conference will continue to roll out over the next month, but sponsor Rising Media has announced the four main tracks for next month’s session. No big surprises here: while the 3D printing industry may change and evolve at a rapid rate, the major areas of focus and growth remain the same, and so this year’s Inside 3D Printing New York conference will have the same tracks as last year: Business, Manufacturing, Metal and Medical.
Those subject areas encompass a tremendous swath of the 3D printing industry, so if this is your first time attending an Inside 3D Printing conference, rest assured that you’ll almost certainly find something of interest and relevance to you or your business, no matter what sector you’re representing. If you’re only interested in one or two of the tracks mentioned above, you can buy a targeted Track Pass for less cost than a general conference pass.
A Track Pass, which costs $347 until February 17, will get you access to either the Metal or Medical track on March 14 and either the Manufacturing or Business track on March 15. You’ll also have access to all keynote sessions as well as the full exhibition hall and the Startup Competition, which is taking place on March 14. You can also buy a one day pass for either date for $517, or a two day pass, which will give you access to the whole shebang, for $797. If you’re a bit broke right now but still want to come, you can buy the Exhbition+ pass for $127 and get access to the exhibition hall, Startup Competition, and keynote sessions.
If you’re really broke, you can skip the tracks and sessions altogether and just wander around the exhibition hall for free – there will still be plenty to see and interact with. Make sure you reserve your exhibition-only pass ahead of time, though, because it’ll cost you $40 at the door. On that note, super early bird pricing ends on February 17, and then prices go up by anywhere from $70 to $200, and then again at the door, so register now, and don’t forget to enter the code 3DPRINT at checkout for an additional 10% off.
This will be the fifth year that Inside 3D Printing holds a show in New York, so it’s running like a well-oiled machine by now, but we can tell you from experience that there’s still something new every time. More information will be released soon regarding keynote speakers and more, so stay tuned, and if you’re interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at this or another upcoming Rising Media event, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Discuss in the Inside 3D Printing forum at 3DPB.com.
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