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Call for Entries: Leading Innovations and Innovators in 3D Printing

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We at 3DPrint.com are very excited to announce our new summer online learning program focused on the most ground-breaking companies, individuals, projects, and developments across the industries that rely on 3D printing.

Trends and Innovations in 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing is a conference-style online event with live guest speaker sessions, product demos, and audience Q&A sessions, plus optional groups and discussions broken out into various industry categories.

We are now taking nominations and entries for the featured speaker program. We plan to cover the biggest trends in 3D printing, including metal, industrial plastics, electronics, medical, scanning, generative design, footwear, eyewear, full-color 3D printing, open source (versus closed source), higher speed industrial 3D printing, post-processing and automated technologies, and the democratization of 3D printing as a great equalizer. But that’s just a starting point for ideas. To be featured in the program, please nominate a colleague, company, project, or yourself here.

And be sure to mark your calendar to join us for the three-day online event, June 5-7, 2018. Secure your spot with an early bird ticket today!

 

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