The global trends of ‘digitization’, ‘convergence’ and ‘democratization’ have had a profound impact on every industry sector. These trends have caused new industries to spring up while disrupting established industries. In physical goods these trends are being driven by 3D printing technologies, also called additive manufacturing.
3D printing creates unprecedented added value for industries such as manufacturing, medical, dental, aerospace, automobile, mold making, architecture, jewelry, and even fashion. Applications range from the mass production of customized goods, prototypes, complex aerospace parts to small quantity batch production of discontinued automotive parts, personalized prosthetic limbs, and orthodontics.
In Seoul, we have an opportunity to explore the latest additive manufacturing trends and technology in one place at a time.
Inside 3D Printing, Seouls most prestigious 3D printing event, returns back to Seoul, Korea on June 24-26th, 2020 and showcases the newest products, technologies and materials in 3D printing, 3D scanning, CAD/CAM/CAE, metrology and inspection technologies.
Inside 3D printing started from New York in 2013, and travels around 8 major cities including Sydney, Dusseldorf, Mumbai, Seoul and Sao Paulo. It is the seventh time this year in Seoul, and it will again be held jointly with 3DR Holdings and KINTEX (Korea International Exhibition Center) in Korea.
In particular, 3DPrint.com, and SmarTech Analysis, a global market research organization were confirmed to join Inside 3D Printing in Seoul as co-producers once again. This collaboration among key industry players will enhance the quality and branding of the event.
In 2019, 10,355 attendees from 25 countries as well as 87 exhibitors and sponsors participated Inside 3D Printing in Seoul. The conference is part of a three-day event that includes an international conference in 4 tracks and a dedicated trade show in addition to various networking opportunities.
Over 100 exhibitors including HP, Formlabs, EOS, German RepRap as well as Korean major players as Hanil Protech, Prototech, Graphy, AM Korea will join this year’s event. Not only top brand’s 3D printers and scanners but a variety of AM applications including affordable desktop metal 3d printer, hybrid 3D machinery with CNC engraving, large-sized industrial 3D printers and CAD/CAM/CAE software will be showcased onsite this year.
“The participation of 3DPrint.com and SmarTech Analysis as co-producers will further upgrade Inside 3D Printing and provide the best marketing platform for our exhibitors, sponsors and 10,000+ buyers from around the world.” said John Meckler, Director of 3DR Holdings.
If interested in sponsorship opportunities or conference registration for forthcoming Seoul event, please contact Inside 3D Printing Secretariat ([email protected]) or visit our website (www.inside3dprinting.com/seoul) for more details.
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