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3D Printing is Ready to go BIG in Japan During Largest Consumer Electronics Exhibition, CEATEC

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createcfeatured2When it comes to 3D printing trade shows and conferences, MecklerMedia is one of the companies that does it right. With their Inside 3D Printing Conference and Exhibitions held worldwide, just about anyone interested in 3D printing technology can get a glimpse of what it is all about.

createc2I recently had the chance to attend MecklerMedia’s event in New York City. It was by far the largest, most all-encompassing 3D printing conference that I had ever attended, with over 12,000 people pre-registering to see some of the most advanced technology within the field. I thought that this show was large, but for individuals living in Japan, things are about to get even larger!

createc4MecklerMedia has teamed with CEATEC Japan to bring both their Inside 3D Printing and RoboUniverse conference and expos to the country on the grandest stage of them all. CREATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) is the country’s largest annual consumer electronics and IT exhibition. Launched in 2000, it brings together leading companies in advanced technologies and electronics, on a stage that attracts over 550 exhibitors and 150,000 attendees.

This year, 3D printing and robotics will play a major role at the conference, as MecklerMedia will produce the [email protected] and [email protected] portions of the show taking place at Makuhari Messe Convention Center in Tokyo on October 7-10, 2015.

“We are pleased to have been selected by CEATEC, Japan’s largest consumer electronics show, to curate an exhibition that brings together 3D printing and robotics innovators and trail blazers who are moving the industries forward,” says Alan Meckler, Chairman and CEO, MecklerMedia.

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Alan Meckler is a man who has been in the trade show business for decades. He is a successful businessman who knows when to and when not to form business relationships with other companies. While he could have easily hosted his own independent 3D printing and robotics shows in Japan, as he has done in the past, this opportunity to work with the CEATEC was one that he apparently could not pass up.

What do you think about this upcoming event in Japan? Will you be attending or exhibiting? Discuss in the CEATEC Japan 2015 forum thread on 3DPB.com.

Companies interested in exhibiting at the upcoming 3D printing show can contact MecklerMedia at [email protected]. Those interested in exhibiting at the robotics show can contact [email protected].

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