One of the world’s largest 3D printing conferences is making its way to Seoul, South Korea. Inside 3D Printing Seoul, which kicks off next week, is set to be the first 3D printing trade show in South Korea, as well as one of the largest events Inside 3D Printing has hosted to date.
Taking place June 12-13 at the Korea International Exhibition Center (KINTEX), the event will host a select group of knowledgeable speakers from a range of industries, including engineering, design, business, academia, investing, intellectual property, and more.
The event’s keynotes will be presented by Daniel Thomsen, General Manager of Stratasys Korea Ltd., and Seok-Hwan You, Founder and CEO of ROKIT. Other conference speakers include Wim Michiels, CEO of Materialise Malaysia Sdn Bhd and Vice President Asia Pacific at Materialise NV; Yang Yihu, President and CEO of ESUN; Sungkwon Choi, Professor, Dept. of Industrial Design at Seoul University; Kang Min Hyuck, Founder and CEO of OpenCreators; Emma Kwon, Business Development Management at Materialise N.V; and more. You can check out the entire list of speakers here.
Some of the exhibitors on hand include: 3developer, AJ Networks, Alien 3D, Anatz, Artec Group, Canon, Carima, Cybermed, and many more. The conference will certainly be one to see, whether you live in the area, or plan on traveling to the event. I was lucky enough to attend one of Inside 3D Printing’s latest shows, and came away thoroughly impressed. Everything from the speakers, to the networking opportunities, and interesting exhibits are sure to keep you busy.
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If you can’t make the conference, be sure to visit inside3dprinting.com for all upcoming Inside 3D Printing show dates. If you are attending, be sure to discuss the event in the ‘Inside 3D Printing’ discussion folder at 3DPB.com.
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