Focused 3D Printing Conference and Exhibition Covering Medicine/Dentistry and Metals/New Materials Coming to Boston 11-12 February
There are dozens of 3D Printing events worldwide but most are extremely horizontal in coverage. 3DPrint.Com and SmarTech Analysis are offering a focused event this coming 11-12 February at the Seaport Hotel: Additive Manufacturing Strategies. This third annual iteration has two specialized and focused conferences: Medicine/Dentistry and Metals/New Materials. Over 50 speakers will be presenting over the two-day event and companion exhibit hall. In addition to this being a great place to learn and network there is a startup competition in which Asimov Ventures offers a cash award to the winning entrant. Early Bird savings end 5 December.
Small is beautiful, is the overreaching idea behind Additive Manufacturing Strategies. Everyone in the room is either a 3D printing industry person or a medical person wishing to deploy 3D printing in their work. Previous Additive Manufacturing Strategies events have lead to chance meetings in many industries. It is a place where experts can find other experts and where a small group of people can have very focussed discussions on the realities 3D printing in dentistry and medicine. The concept behind the show is that all the people in the show are relevant to all the other people in the show. Rather than have a hard demarcation between an audience and speakers this is meant to be a place to discuss and learn from peers. The future of medicine and dentistry has not been decided yet but we hope that the meetings that lead to the commercialization of new materials, metal 3D printing and 3D printing in dentistry and medicine will occur here. Learn more here.
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