Inside 3D Printing Seoul Takes Place November 18-20, 2020 in a Hybrid Fashion

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It’s always best to have an opportunity to explore the latest additive manufacturing trends and technology in one place at a time.

Inside 3D Printing Seoul, taking place on November 18-20 in Seoul, Korea, is entering its 7th year and has become one of Asia’s premier additive technology events for digital transformation of design, development and manufacturing driven by Industry 4.0.

Inside 3D Printing Seoul, a global platform with the power to convene 9,000+ industry leaders, consists largely of business-to-business exhibition and international conference.

The exhibition takes place as an in-person event on November 18-20 in Seoul (KINTEX), Korea. This year’s exhibition will feature 250 booths of 70+ exhibitors and sponsors, including Stratasys as a Gold Sponsor and Hanil Protech, Samyoung, SangSangiSang 3D Printing as Silver Sponsors.

The conference will be held in a hybrid fashion due to the inconvenience of traveling abroad caused by COVID-19.

The first day of the conference, November 18, will be held as an in-person seminar in Seoul (KINTEX), Korea whereas the second day of the conference, November 19, will be an on-line (recorded) seminar without gathering onsite.

The first day of the conference will be mainly attended by domestic speakers and delegates who are based in South Korea. Day 1 speaker lineup includes Shinhu Cho, Sr. Research Engineer; Hyundai Motor Group; Simon Lee, Regional Director, AM Ventures Holding GmbH; Seungkyun(Chris) Kim, Business Development Manager, EOS Korea; Sang Joon Park, Founder and CEO, Medical IP; Jay Beversdorf, Head of Application Engineering & Channel Development, Stratasys.

On the second day of the conference, which will be pre-recorded, the conference will provide additive manufacturing technology actively used in various industries such as the logistics, global supply chain, artificial intelligence, medical, maritime and construction to pre-registered audience.

Further, dozens of industry professionals were also added as Day 2 speakers including: Abhinav Singhal, Chief Strategy Officer, Thyssenkrupp; Hakon Ellekjaer, Head of Venture, Wilhelmsen Ships Service; Travis Groshoske, Solutions Engineer, VELO3D; Carlos Banon, Co-Founder, AIRLAB Singapore; Les Kalman, Assistant Professor, Schulich Dentistry; Benoit Valin, General Manager, Essentium; Guy J. Ofek, Head of AM Business Development, Georg Fischer; David Tan, General Manager, Formlabs; Julien Cohen, Metal AM Expert, 3DEO; Henrik Lund-Nielsen, Founder, COBOD International A/S and more.

If interested in participating in South Korea’s largest additive technology event with Super Early Bird rates, please contact Inside 3D Printing Secretariat ([email protected]) or visit the official website (www.inside3dprinting.com/seoul) for more information.

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