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From 3D Printing to Additive Manufacturing: Industry Experts to Meet at BIG IDEAS for UV+EB Technology Conference

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A unique, high-level cross section of supply and customer chain innovators are gathering March 19-20, 2019, in Redondo Beach, CA for BIG IDEAS for UV+EB Technology, a conference dedicated to the advancement and implementation of ultraviolet (UV) and electron beam (EB) technologies (UV+EB). Leading solution providers such as Fast Radius; top system suppliers including Formlabs and Carbon; diverse end users like Ford Motor Company and fashion designer Julia Daviy; academia; government agencies from NIST, US Naval Research Lab, the University of Michigan, and UCLA; resin raw material and development companies like Macdermid, allnex USA, Sartomer, and Colorado Photopolymer Solutions; and start-ups such as Origin and New Zealand-based MicroMaker 3D, will present on the latest developments and applications in additive manufacturing. “BIG IDEAS is the first event of its kind focused exclusively on the wide range of disciplines, developers, and users that are creating the future for UV additive manufacturing,” says Mickey Fortune, RadTech and BIG IDEAS VP of Business Development.

The two-day event includes an exhibition and a slate of prominent presenters on the newest developments in UV curable materials, processes (including SLA, DLP, and Inkjet) and end uses. Already widely considered the high-end additive manufacturing solution, this photopolymer-focused event will define opportunities for novel formulations, improved attributes, and unique properties, demonstrating UV additive manufacturing as a compelling alternative to traditional manufacturing techniques—with the potential to significantly speed product cycles and reduce costs for a wide range of consumer goods.

BIG IDEAS for UV+EB Technology includes a full day of Additive Manufacturing presentations; sessions on UV LEDs, Horticulture, Food and Beverage, Electronics and Display Technology, BIG IDEAS for UV+EB applications and presentations by the RadLaunch class of 2019 start-ups. Complete details are available here.

BIG IDEAS for UV+EB Technology Conference
March 19-20, 2019
Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach & Marina Hotel
Los Angeles (Redondo Beach), California

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