Exhibition Floor Highlights Multiple Companies at Additive Manufacturing Strategies Summit

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A panel at the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Strategies summit. [Image: Sarah Goehrke]

From January 29th to 31st, the second annual Additive Manufacturing Strategies Summit, hosted by 3DPrint.com and SmarTech Markets Publishing, will take place in Boston, Massachusetts. Like last year’s summit, the event will focus on the effects that 3D printing is having on the medical and dental industries. Medical and dental 3D printing are projected to generate more than $5 billion in revenue by 2021, and the summit will gather experts in these fields along with those who are looking to learn more about them. Attendees can expect to learn about the latest 3D technologies in medicine and dentistry, the best investment and business opportunities in the field, and much more.

More than 30 speakers from all aspects of medicine, dentistry, 3D printing and business are scheduled for the event, with more still to be added. Last year’s summit, held in Washington, DC, drew attendees from 10 countries and 30 states, and this year’s event is expected to be even bigger. Unlike last year, this year’s event now has separate medical and dental tracks taking place simultaneously over the two days of the main conference, and the first day will be dedicated to workshops on surgical planning and 3D printing in dentistry. There will also be a startup competition.

In addition to the workshops, panels and talks, there will be an exhibition floor featuring several companies from the medical, dental and 3D printing industries. These exhibitors include:

Even if you already know a great deal about 3D printing in the medical and dental industries, there will be a lot to learn from attending this year’s AMS summit. 3D printing is changing medicine and dentistry in new ways every day; this sector is an ever-evolving one with new developments happening constantly. From surgical planning to 3D printed implants, bioprinting to digital dentistry, this conference will cover these new developments as well as assess what the future of these industries looks like. Attendees will learn not only about the technologies themselves but about where the best business and investment opportunities are in the industries.

Every single person is affected by the medical and dental sectors, and thus is affected by 3D printing as well. Attending this summit will be a valuable experience, then, for anyone. Registration is currently open, and if you register by January 24th you can save 25% on admittance. There are several different options for those wishing to attend, from the “gold passport” that gains you access to everything at the summit, including workshops, seminars, networking and the exhibit floor, to passes for the workshops only or to the exhibit floor only. (The exhibit floor-only pass is free until January 22nd, at which point it costs $50.) You can register for the summit here.

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