This January a new kind of 3D printing event will take place in Boston. Additive Manufacturing Strategies is a peer-driven small-scale event that will focus on 3D printing for medical and dental professionals. With such a tight focus you can come while being surrounded by people from your industry and your specialization. Speakers will also be specialized in either medical or dental 3D printing. You will be divided into two groups and surrounded by your peers the focus will be on learning. The Additive Manufacturing Strategies events are meant to let professionals delve deeper into using 3D printing for their businesses. When can 3D printing be used effectively? Where can it be used? In what cases can it not be used? Learning straight from the professionals is what the Additive Manufacturing Strategies events are all about.
Additionally sponsors Trumpf will showcase their Metal Additive Manufacturing technologies for dental and medical applications. Structo will introduce its three dental 3D printers and dental resins specially made for the dental market. Additive Orthopaedics will give us a look at their hammertoe and bunion system as well as its wedge systems. Arfona will show us its desktop 3D printer for dental and special dental materials.
Join your colleagues and other professionals taking the plunge into 3D printing. Register today to not miss the discount.
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