Next month, February 11th through 12th, the third annual Additive Manufacturing Strategies summit, co-hosted by 3DPrint.com and SmarTech Analysis, is returning to Boston for its 2020 edition. The Early Bird registration cut-off date for this event is January 16th, 2020 – you can save 30% off the full on-site cost to attend AMS 2020 here.
Titled “The Business of 3D Printing: Medicine, Dentistry and Metals,” this focused, compact event has two separate tracks – one for its already established coverage of medical and dental 3D printing, and a brand new one for metals.
” As always with AMS, attendees will learn the most effective procedures and business opportunities in the critical sectors of 3D printing on which AMS 2020 is focused,” the website states.
Featuring a startup competition, an exhibit hall, plenty of time for networking, and sessions where SmarTech will present its latest forecasts and intellectual property analysis for the medical, dental, and metals markets, there will be over 40 expert speakers at the event, with a specific focus in discussions and panels on end-user experiences, in addition to vendor, materials company, and regulatory perspectives.
Here are some of the latest speaker highlights:
- Dr. Aamir Abid, Global Advanced Metals – Senior Research and Development Engineer
- Dr. Gregory Brown, Velo3D – Vice President, Process Engineering
- Geoffrey Doyle, Jabil Additive – Director of Business Development
- Laura Gilmour, EOS – Global Medical Business Development Manager
- Thomas Henriksen, Ceramco, Inc – President
- John Hornick, SmarTech — Senior Analyst
- Joseph Lipman, HSS | Hospital for Special Surgery – Director, Device Development
- Justin Marks, Arfona – Founder and CEO
- Lauralyn McDaniel, ASME – Industry Manager
- Amir Nobari, 5N Plus – Leader Product and Business Development
- Bobo Zollo, Avante Technology — President
AMS 2020 attendees can expect to learn the latest news on how 3D printing is enabling new procedures in the medical and dental industries, how regulatory requirements affect the technology in these fields, the role of hybrid printers in metal additive manufacturing, the current metals service bureau trends, and more.
Exhibitors at AMS 2020, to date, include such companies as nTopology, FibreTuff, Arburg, Tethon 3D, Arfona, Additive Orthopaedics, and several others. Global Advanced Metals is an exhibitor and a Platinum Sponsor, EOS is a Gold Sponsor, and media sponsors include 3DHEALS, Inside 3D Printing, Women in 3D Printing, the 3D Printing Media Network, Metal AM Magazine, and more.
Additive Manufacturing Strategies 2020 will take place at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston’s Innovation District, near the harbor and just three miles from Boston’s Logan International Airport. Discounted room rates at the Seaport Boston Hotel for the event end today, January 10th, and the Early Bird registration cut-off date for AMS 2020 is January 16th – save 30% off the full on-site cost to attend here. We hope to see you in Boston next month!
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