One conference that has really gained a lot of steam is Inside 3D Printing. It has broken through as one of the “must attend” conferences in the industry. They have shows all over the globe, with a huge one coming to New York on April 2-4, 2014. They have, in fact just announced that they plan on giving away eight 3D printers to people who register for the conference passes or networking passes, and who are present at the keynotes at the time of the giveaway.
The show which will be taking place at the Javits Convention Center, located at 655 West 34th Street, New York, NY will be expecting over 30,000 attendees. On hand will be several big names among the 3D printing & design industry, giving keynote speeches including: Avi Reichental – CEO,at 3D Systems, Christine Furstoss – Global Tech Director of Manufacturing at GE, Paul Triani – Sr. Worldwide Creative Cloud Evangelist at Adobe, and Carl Bass – CEO at Autodesk.
There will be exhibitors on hand from a number of popular 3D printer and 3D design companies. It is a great place for people from around the industry to get to know more about 3D printing, and for them to network with one another.
Here is a video from last year’s NYC conference.
Registration for the Inside 3D Printing Conference in New York on April 2-4 is underway now. If you register prior to February 18, you save up to 60% off the normal price of a ticket. Tickets range from $10 ($20 after February 18) for a Networking Pass all the way up to $399 ($999 after February 18) for the Full Conference Pass. You can also get an additional 10% off by using promo code: 3DPRI
Be sure to check out the Inside 3D Printing forum, to start discussing the upcoming event and network with people that you meet afterwards at: https://3dprintboard.com/forumdisplay.php?68-Inside-3D-Printing-Conferences
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