From February 9-10, 2021, the 3D printing industry’s next major trade show is coming to a screen near you. The annual Additive Manufacturing Strategies summit, co-hosted by SmarTech Analysis and 3DPrint.com, will be held in a virtual format this year, and if you haven’t purchased your tickets yet, you should hurry up and do so, because the next round of early bird pricing goes away later this week, on December 9th.
Back for its fourth year running, AMS remains focused on business intelligence for the additive manufacturing industry, with the mission that participants will come away with new knowledge on the latest trends in hardware, materials, bioprinting, and more. Each day of AMS 2021 will open with a forecast presentation from a SmarTech analyst about the day’s two dedicated verticals:
- Morning, February 9: Metals and New Materials
- Afternoon, February 9: Automation, Rapid Manufacturing, and Software
- Morning, February 10: Medical-Dental 3D Printing
- Afternoon, February 10: Bioprinting
PostProcess Technologies will be sponsoring the afternoon vertical of software and automation on the first day, and EOS is also a sponsor for AMS 2021. Media sponsors include 3DHeals, Women in 3D Printing, 3D Printing Media Network, 3DMedNet, and more, and some of our confirmed speakers will be XJet’s Chief Business Officer Dror Danai; Gabi Janssen, Application Development Specialist Medical & Dental for DSM Additive Manufacturing; AM-Flow’s CEO Stefan Rink; and Sean Burke, a Partner at Duane Morris. We’re expecting over 60 expert speakers at this year’s AMS, so if you’re interested in speaking, sponsoring, or exhibiting at the summit, please email [email protected].
Speaking of exhibiting, AMS 2021 will feature an online Exhibition Hall, where attendees can check out all the latest innovations, and there will also be a branded networking lounge with sponsor and attendee live video meetings, so everyone will have the chance to conduct business, catch up with colleagues, and exchange experiences. 20 sessions will be live-streamed, and later archived, during the course of the summit, beginning daily at 11 am and ending at 3 pm EST. An online curator will moderate the sessions, and there will be up to 15 minutes at the end for questions and answers.
Until this Wednesday, December 9th, you can get a discounted rate of $109 for both days of the event, February 9-10, 2021. This will give you access to the live networking and presentations, in addition to a 20% discount to all SmarTech Analysis research reports (effective until February 19, 2021). Your other discount option is $99 per day, which offers access to the morning and afternoon sessions, in addition to live discussions and networking, for your chosen day. You only have a few days left to take advantage of these great early bird deals, so register today and save!
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