Next Early Bird Pricing for AMS 2021 Ends November 11

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In the lead up to February’s Additive Manufacturing Strategies (AMS) event, co-hosted by SmarTech Analysis and 3DPrint.com, the next early bird pricing is set to end on November 11. Attendees still have an opportunity to purchase tickets for $89 to access all days of the event, from February 9-12, 2021, or $59 per day if you’re only interested in a specific topic.

As Chairman and CEO of 3DR Holdings Alan Meckler noted, “We are excited to offer a unique concept for the upcoming AMS where each day is devoted to a vertical topic.” The first day of the event, on February 9, will be dedicated to metals and other “strong materials,” while the following day will cover the variables contributing to the factory of the future: automation, rapid manufacturing and software. February 11 will revolve around the medical and dental segments and the event will conclude on February 12 with talks on bioprinting.

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For those who have an interest solely in a given day’s topics, early bird pricing is set at $59 for a single day. However, we know that, naturally, all of these topics inform one another, making the Gold Passport a great opportunity to explore all of the days. Early bird pricing set at $89 gives you live and archived access to all sessions, networking meeting functionality and live discussions and a 20 percent discount to all SmarTech Analysis research reports (in effect until February 19, 2021).

We’re expecting AMS 2021 to include over 60 expert speakers. There are plenty of available opportunities if you’re interested in sharing your expertise. Email info@3drholdings.com if you’d like to be a sponsor, exhibitor, or speaker at the summit. Otherwise, purchase early bird tickets here.

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