As the 3d printing market expands, so do the conferences and expos around the up and coming technology. Earlier this month we covered what was probably one of the largest 3D printing conferences and expos thus far, the Inside 3D Printing Conference in New York City. The U.S. isn’t the only ones getting in on the fun though.
3D Print Expo, a conference and expo which took place in the Sokolniki District of Moscow in February, was also a smashing success. In fact they had over 5,000 attendees over a two day period, surprising even the most optimistic event organizers. The expo in Sokolniki was such a huge success, that organizers have decided to have another one, the second of the year, this fall.
“Participants and visitors are sure that in six months the market will be quite different – more intense, technologically advanced and attractive for investors, therefore all its operators are interested in conducting the next 3D Print Expo as soon as possible,” organizers stated.
On October 23rd to 25th, Sokolniki will host yet another 3D Printing Expo. This time there will be an increase in the number of seats available so that everyone will be able to attend. The organizers of the conference have taken into account feedback received after the February event, and have put together a program which is sure to please. The fall conference will include the following:
- Home 3D Printers
- 3D Printers for Manufacturing
- Food Printers
- Medical 3D Printers
- Jewelry Printers
- 3D printers Used By The Fashion Industry
- Much More
If you are interested in attending the 3D Print Expo, please visit the official page for the conference, located here.
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