Inside 3D Printing Seoul has Become South Korea’s Largest Industrial Additive Manufacturing Event

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Inside 3D Printing Seoul is entering its 6th year and has become one of Asia’s premier additive technology events for digital transformation of design, development, and manufacturing driven by Industry 4.0.

With 20% year-on-year growth in exhibitor numbers and 25% annual growth in floor space sold, Inside 3D Printing Seoul has positioned itself as the powerhouse for industrial additive manufacturing in Asia.

The “Korean market is dynamic and an important market where a lot of sales are made by active industrial users.” commented Maurizio Costabeber, Chief Technology Officer of DWS.

Alex Lalumiere, Director of APJ Client Sales of HP, also mentioned, “Inside 3D Printing Seoul is growing every year in terms of scale and diversity and I believe it will definitely be a Asia’s leading advanced manufacturing event shortly.”

Unlike a number of non-specialized events in Asia, Inside 3D Printing Seoul brings the 10,000+ active industrial AM users as well as supplier groups together every year. This event is the best launch pad for both domestic companies looking for a global audience and for international companies looking to tap the Korean market.

In addition to increasingly popular composite materials, specific special materials will also be refined and simplified, which will be put into large-scale applications. Moreover, 3D metal printing is rising rapidly in Asia and they will play a crucial role in customization industries, including automobile, aerospace, health care and consumer electronics in the near future.

Inside 3D Printing Seoul boasts its 40+ world-class speakers with practical application cases in 4 tracks; Metal, Manufacturing, Aerospace/Automotive, Medical/Dental.

Behrang Poorganji, Director of Materials Technology of GE Additive is confirmed as a keynote speaker and will be speaking about ‘Materials Evolution for the Additive Revolution (or Why Materials Matter)’. Another keynote speaker, Kibong Lee, Vice President of APAC Printers & Materials Sales of 3D Systems will explore ‘Global AM Trend and Industry Applications’.

Further, dozens of industry professionals were already confirmed as major speakers including: Shinhu Cho, Sr. Research Engineer, Hyundai Motor Group; Taekmin Kim, Manager of Digital Manufacturing, Siemens; Chun Kit Kan, Regional Director of APAC, Desktop Metal; Joris Peels, Editor in Chief, 3DPrint.com; Raymond Zhang, Regional Manager of APAC, Shining 3D.

Good news for this year’s event is for 3DPrint.com and SmarTech Markets Publishing to join as co-producers of Inside 3D Printing Seoul, which will further upgrade the event and provide the best marketing platform for 100+ exhibitors, sponsors and 10,000+ buyers from around the world.

Another good news is that it is still available to speak and/or exhibit before 10,000+ buyers and influencers from 28 countries until April 26, 2019 with increased discount rate.

If interested in exhibiting or speaking opportunities for forthcoming Seoul event taking place on June 26-28, please contact Inside 3D Printing Secretariat ([email protected]) or visit our website for more information.

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