What’s an online conference? 3DPrint.com is excited to introduce a new format to our online workshop series with our three-day Innovation Showcase. Let’s take a look at what to expect if you want to learn more about innovations in the additive manufacturing industry.
Our comprehensive program is created to optimize the best of live conferences with the personal attention of small group workshops (these small break-out groups are optional!). Each day, you will hear from experts in the 3D print world who will deliver inspiring live keynote presentations and product demos for cutting-edge tools and programs. You’ll get tricks and tips for navigating leading innovative 3D print technology effectively and efficiently. You’ll learn about products including OpenSCAD, Formalloy, Beheld, and more.
You’ll have access to the online classroom where you can access our live keynotes and discussion boards broken out by industry categories. Here, you can network with mentors and other like-minded participants. Our live keynotes are archived in the classroom, so you can access them even after they air in case you can’t make the live session, or if you want to rewatch. With support from your break-out group, as well as engaging conversations between participants, you get a collaborative environment that provides a space in which participants can learn and build from each others’ creativity and troubleshoot problems that may arise while working with new tools and programs.
The conference offers an incredible opportunity to engage with the fascinating, and useful technology of the 3D print industry in a creative and informative environment. Make sure to take advantage of our early rate pricing and register before May 18 for a $40 discount!
Sign up for our Innovation Showcase here.
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