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Early Bird Discount for AMS 2020, “The Business of 3D Printing,” Ends Tomorrow, February 5th

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3DPrint.com and SmarTech Analysis will be holding the third annual Additive Manufacturing Strategies event next week, February 11th-12th,  at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, Massachusetts. This year, AMS 2020 is titled “The Business of 3D Printing: Medicine, Dentistry and Metals,” and will be centered around 3D printing business practices and applications in both the medical and dental fields, as well as industries, such as automotive, which use metal often.

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Tomorrow, February 5th, is the last day for attendees to take advantage of the final Early Bird registration discount for this event. Full access to the entire Additive Manufacturing Strategies summit, which will include an exhibit hall, multiple keynote presentations, the annual Startup Competition, a networking reception, fireside chats, SmarTech’s forecasts on 3D printing for the medical and dental industries, and more, requires paid registration. You can attend the competition and stop in to visit the exhibit hall for free, but you’ll still need to register.

Members of the 3DPrint.Com and SmarTech Analysis teams will be present during the event to meet with other attendees, and more than 60 expert speakers will be on hand to share their expertise with us at AMS 2020 in panels, presentations, and fireside chats. About 30 exhibitors and sponsors, including Platinum Sponsor Global Advanced Metals and Gold Sponsor EOS, will be there as well.

While AMS traditionally covers 3D printing in the medical and dental fields, the metals track is new this year. In fact, SmarTech just released a new report on metal additive manufacturing service bureaus, which will be one of many topics addressed at AMS 2020 next week.

“This is SmarTech’s latest business assessment and market forecast of metal additive manufacturing services,” SmarTech writes about its report. “It updates our analysis and market projections and also extends the coverage to include a broader range of services and profiles of leading AM service firms.  It also assesses the impact on the business of service bureaus on the changes that have occurred in end user industries and on the dramatic shift of AM to become a fully-fledged manufacturing process.”

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To gain full access to our AMS 2020 event, and receive the final Early Bird discount, you need to register by tomorrow, February 5th.

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