Inside 3D Printing Mumbai Returns for its Fourth Installment, Featuring New Additive Manufacturing Business Forum

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For the fourth time, the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo is heading to Mumbai. From December 19th to the 20th, the 3D printing trade show will take place at the Nehru Centre in Mumbai, holding the distinction of the largest business networking platform for 3D printing technology in India. The show is being launched by Rising Media and the Indian 3D Printing Network vertical of CNT Exposition and Services in partnership with Imaginarium, one of India’s largest 3D printing and additive manufacturing technology providers.

A large and varied number of exhibitors will be featured at Inside 3D Printing Mumbai, including representatives from the areas of software, additive manufacturing services, 3D scanning, reverse engineering and metrology, 3D printing technology (including polymers, metals and material jetting), materials and components, design and production development and metal additive manufacturing solutions. Visitors will be welcome on both days from 10 AM to 6 PM.

For the first time, the Additive Manufacturing Business Forum will be taking place on December 19th. The event is designed for knowledge sharing, learning, exploring new career opportunities, learning and identifying whether additive manufacturing fits into your production process. The forum will present applications and business cases by top industry experts from all over the world. These business cases will cover a wide variety of areas, including tooling, automotive engineering, metal additive manufacturing, dental, Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM), healthcare and more.

The main focus of the Additive Manufacturing Business Forum will be to offer new market trends, innovations and developments from the field of additive manufacturing. Topics covered in the seminars will illuminate the ways to implement additive manufacturing to meet commercial and industrial requirements in different industries. A number of different speakers will address attendees, hailing from companies including Danfoss Renishaw, EWI, Sridevi Tools, Imaginarium, Wipro 3D, Intech DMLS, LHM Germany, Designtech, Additive Industries, Gharda Plastics and others.

Inside 3D Printing Mumbai is designed to appeal to a wide range of attendees, including design heads, automotive professionals, healthcare professionals, academicians, tooling experts, architects, consumer goods designers, software developers, implant manufacturers and foundry owners.

Several speakers have been lined up for the event so far, including:

  • Guruprasad Rao, Director and Mentor Leadership Team, Imaginarium 
  • Bart Leferink, MSc, Director Global Channel Sales, Additive Industries
  • Nilay Parikh, Global Product Manager – Additive Manufacturing, Danfoss
  • Stefan Gronou, Dipl.-Ing. (FH), Research and Development Engineer, Laserinstitut Hochschule Mittweida
  • Rutuja Samant, EWI
  • Kripal Bedi, Sridevi Tools
  • Mahesh Kothavale, Regional Head of DesignTech Systems Ltd.
  • Nayan Patel, Operations and Technical Manager, Renishaw India

Nayan Patel at Inside 3D Printing Mumbai 2017

Interested attendees have a couple of options: they can purchase a pass that will gain them entry to the Additive Manufacturing Business Forum, which includes a networking lunch, complimentary copies of industry white papers, and a complimentary copy of Metal Additive Manufacturing Magazine. There is an early bird discount that expires today. For those who are simply interested in seeing the exhibition hall, they can sign up for a free networking pass. You can register for Inside 3D Printing Mumbai here.

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