One usually sees the word Australia and envisions braving it in the outback. While that’s exciting, it’s also important to note that Melbourne, home to the next Inside 3D Printing show, is one of the world’s largest multi-cultural cities. Boasting not only large and diverse ethnic populations from all over the world, along with an enormous student population, the city is known for being sophisticated, whether you are interested in technology, fashion, epicurean delights, art, and the list goes on.
Aussies will again this year be welcoming fellow 3D printing enthusiasts to their metropolis for Inside 3D Printing: Melbourne–an event exploring ‘Strategies for the Third Industrial Revolution’ at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center.
Brought to event goers May 26-27, by Austech, Australia’s premiere Advanced Manufacturing and Machine Tool Exhibition and MecklerMedia’s Inside 3D Printing, those attending will enjoy visiting the large exhibition hall (open the 26-29) as well as a full two-day (26-27) conference dedicated to the hottest subject in technology today.
MecklerMedia has also partnered with AMTIL (Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited) to co-host a dedicated Digital & Additive Manufacturing Pavilion on May 26-29, within Austech.
Calling on everyone from architects to attorneys to software developers—and all in between—a wide range of conference and session topics will be covered, varying from product development strategies in multiple sectors (medicine, education, law, industrial manufacturing, and more) to new challenges and opportunities being discovered in the industry currently.
- The Next Frontier in 3D Printing
- DDM (Direct Digital Manufacturing) – The Revolution in Manufacturing
- Metal 3D Printing for Large Parts and Repair Applications in Industry Verticals
- From 3D Bio-Printing to 3D Project Acceleration
- Replication of Human Anatomical Dissections by 3D Printing and Its Uses in Education and Research
- Important Emerging Developments in Industrialism
Different registration options and pricing structures are available for the following:
- Full conference pass
- One day conference pass
- Networking pass (free)
Prices will increase on May 19th, so register now to get the best price, and even receive a 10% discount by using Promo Code 3DPRINT.
Sponsors and exhibitors for the event include: 3D Printing Systems; Amaero; BuildTak; BQ; Comtec IPE; Höganäs Digital Metal®; evok3d; MakerBot; Objective3D Parts; Pro Z 3D Solutions; Rapid Advanced Manufacturing (RAM); Sliced3D; solidThinking; Stratasys; Zeal CAD; and MBot 3D.
Are you planning to attend the show in Melbourne this year? Discuss in the Inside 3D Printing: Melbourne forum thread over at 3DPB.com.
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