Additive Manufacturing Strategies Boston February 11-12 Early Bird Savings

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With over 50 speakers focusing on medical/dental/metals and new materials topics the upcoming AMS will be a stimulating learning and networking experience for attendees. In addition, the exhibit hall recently has added EOS as a gold sponsor. We’re proud to have EOS, an industry stalwart and key firm in industrial 3D printing as a sponsor. EOS joins Global Advanced Metals the world’s leading tantalum supplier and a key supplier of Tantalum and Niobium powder and wire for Additive as a sponsor.

Additive Orthopaedics, a leader in patient-specific 3D printed implants, Arfona a specialized dental OEM and Tethon3D DLP printing for ceramics and iron, Arburg a leading injection molding firm that has a line of 3D printers that can print granulate, testing and inspection company Element, simulation software firm MSC Software, bone-like material supplier FiberTuff, Women in 3D Printing, Additive Manufacturing design software firm nTopology, and ASME the American Society of Mechanical Engineers are all exhibiting. Members of the 3DPrint.Com and SmarTech Analysis teams will be present over the two days to meet with the industry. We hope that many people will take this time to engage in peer to peer learning and learn directly from materials and medical leaders in polymer and metal 3D printing. This highly specific and highly directed event is valuable because it is only interesting for and directed at a small segment of people interested in applying 3D printing to medicine and dental. Entrance to the exhibit hall and the start-up competition on 11 February are free but registration is necessary. You can register here.

For full access, the early bird discount of 30% ends on January the 16th.

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