Inside 3D Printing Conference is Going Down Under – Bringing the 3rd industrial revolution to Melbourne, Australia
There are plenty of 3D printing trade shows beginning to emerge, along with the groundbreaking 3D printing technology. There is, however, only one 3D printing conference that all of the industry insiders, potential investors, 3D printer manufacturers, consumers, and suppliers feel they must attend. This would be the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo, which I recently had the opportunity and pleasure to experience.
On July 9-10, the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo will take center stage at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre in Melbourne, Australia. The two day event will showcase the latest and greatest 3D printing technlogies that are currently influencing and revolutionizing the fashion, medical, manufacturing, and design spaces.
There will be plenty on display, including 3D scanning equipment, which allows individuals to experience unique buildings from across the globe, on the convenience of their mobile devices. Also on display will be plenty of 3D printers from various manufacturers, 3D printed fashion design, and awe inspiring 3D sculptures.
If you are attending, you won’t only see incredible technology at its finest, but you will also have the opportunity to listen to speakers from around the globe, including some of the most influential individuals in the 3D printing space. The keynote highlights include:
“3D Printing and the Future (or Demise) of Intellectual Property” presented by John Hornick, Partner, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, L.L.P
- “The World’s First Commercial 3D Human Tissue Bioprinter” presented by Chris Leigh-Lancaster, Senior Program Manager – Biomedical Instruments & Devices, Invetech
- “How Portable 3D Scanning is Ready to Change the Game” presented by Trent Clews-de Castella, Co-founder and CEO, Scann3d
“Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo is the leading trade show for the 3D printing industry,” stated Alan Meckler, Chairman of the Board and CEO of the event organizer, Mediabistro. “From exploring the business applications of 3D printing, to profiling industry leaders in the keynote presentations, the line-up promises to bring together experts from multiple fields to share their knowledge and showcase the cutting-edge of the 3D printing space.”
It isn’t often that an opportunity presents itself, where you have the chance to not only see some of the incredible things that 3D printing can do, but also listen to some of the most influencial leaders in the 3D printing space, provide opinions, analysis, and ideas on where this incredible technology is headed.
If you are like me, and you love technology, this is a “must attend” show. Mediabistro is offering our readers a 10% discount on Gold Passport tickets for this Melbourne show. Simply use discount code: 3DPRNT at checkout. You can also stay up-to-date on all of the Inside 3D Printing Conferences by following @Inside3DPrint on Twitter.
Be sure to check out the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo Forum on 3DPB.com.
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