3D printing conferences

Agenda Announced for Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo San Diego

Agenda Announced for Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo San Diego

We’re currently in the middle of a very busy conference season in the 3D printing world, and there are plenty more still to come as the year begins to wind down. It’s now just about a month and a half until Inside 3D Printing San Diego, which will be taking place from December 4th to […]

We’re currently in the middle of a very busy conference season in the 3D printing world, and there are plenty more still to come as the year begins to wind down. It’s now just about a month and a half until Inside 3D Printing San Diego, which will be...
IN(3D)USTRY Brings 3D Printing to Barcelona Industry Week

IN(3D)USTRY Brings 3D Printing to Barcelona Industry Week

You may not know how to pronounce it at first glance, but IN(3D)USTRY (“in-three-dustry”, officially) has certainly been making a name for itself. Started last year in Barcelona, the young event has quickly grown, joining as part of Barcelona Industry Week for the 2017 edition held this week at the busy Fira Barcelona Gran Via […]

You may not know how to pronounce it at first glance, but IN(3D)USTRY (“in-three-dustry”, officially) has certainly been making a name for itself. Started last year in Barcelona, the young event has quickly grown, joining as part of Barcelona Industry Week...
So You're Going to a 3D Printing Conference

So You're Going to a 3D Printing Conference

Tomorrow, September 22nd, is the autumnal equinox, officially beginning the season that we all know and love not only for pumpkin spice everything (everything) but also for an abundance of industry conferences, tradeshows, seminars, and other gatherings of like-minded individuals. In the 3D printing world, that means we’ll soon be hit not only with announcements […]

Tomorrow, September 22nd, is the autumnal equinox, officially beginning the season that we all know and love not only for pumpkin spice everything (everything) but also for an abundance of industry conferences, tradeshows, seminars, and other gatherings of like-minded...
Applications Now Being Accepted for Speakers at Inside 3D Printing San Diego 2017

Applications Now Being Accepted for Speakers at Inside 3D Printing San Diego 2017

As we approach midsummer, it seems odd to be thinking about December, but it’s already time to start planning for Inside 3D Printing San Diego, which will be taking place from December 4-5 this year. It seems like just yesterday that 3DPrint.com was in San Diego for last year’s conference, which was a memorable one with several […]

As we approach midsummer, it seems odd to be thinking about December, but it’s already time to start planning for Inside 3D Printing San Diego, which will be taking place from December 4-5 this year. It seems like just yesterday that 3DPrint.com was in San Diego...
Around the World in 3D Printing: First Half 2017

Around the World in 3D Printing: First Half 2017

As the 3D printing industry heats up, so do the jet and car engines as we continue to travel around the US and the world to check in on the latest developments directly. 2016 kept us busy, from trade shows to site visits, from Barcelona to San Diego, as we went around the world in […]

As the 3D printing industry heats up, so do the jet and car engines as we continue to travel around the US and the world to check in on the latest developments directly. 2016 kept us busy, from trade shows to site visits, from Barcelona to San Diego, as we went around...
Women in 3D Printing and Cyant Present #3DTalk on 3D Printing and Design

Women in 3D Printing and Cyant Present #3DTalk on 3D Printing and Design

If you’ve been following our Spotlight on Women series, we hope you’re enjoying reading the stories of the many influential women in the 3D printing industry. We’re certainly enjoying sharing those stories, and we have many more still to come. Last week, we interviewed Nora Touré, Business Development Director at Sculpteo and founder of Women […]

If you’ve been following our Spotlight on Women series, we hope you’re enjoying reading the stories of the many influential women in the 3D printing industry. We’re certainly enjoying sharing those stories, and we have many more still to come. Last...
AMUG: Between a Rock and Hard Place

AMUG: Between a Rock and Hard Place

Looking for a conference where you can learn more about 3D printing? AMUG would be on almost anyone’s list of recommendations. There’s just one catch though. If your company doesn’t actively own and use additive manufacturing equipment, you can’t attend. 3D Systems started a user group nearly 30 years ago. Over time it morphed, becoming […]

Looking for a conference where you can learn more about 3D printing? AMUG would be on almost anyone’s list of recommendations. There’s just one catch though. If your company doesn’t actively own and use additive manufacturing equipment, you can’t attend. 3D Systems...
Iran to Host First Additive Manufacturing Symposium in May

Iran to Host First Additive Manufacturing Symposium in May

A country that we don’t hear about too often in the 3D printing world is Iran, so we’re always interested to learn about new tech developments happening over there. Over the last few months, we’ve begun to see signs of a growing 3D printing industry in Iran, where before it had been mostly quiet. When […]

A country that we don’t hear about too often in the 3D printing world is Iran, so we’re always interested to learn about new tech developments happening over there. Over the last few months, we’ve begun to see signs of a growing 3D printing industry...
Think2Thing and Ryerson University Bring Back Be3D Conference with Focus on Virtual and Augmented Reality

Think2Thing and Ryerson University Bring Back Be3D Conference with Focus on Virtual and Augmented Reality

Tomorrow, 2017 will enter into its third month, and 3DPrint.com has already been to two major conferences, attending CES 2017 in January and SOLIDWORKS WORLD 2017 at the beginning of February. Next week, we’ll be on the road yet again, this time heading to Toronto for the return of the Be3Dimensional (Be3D) Conference. Not to be confused […]

Tomorrow, 2017 will enter into its third month, and 3DPrint.com has already been to two major conferences, attending CES 2017 in January and SOLIDWORKS WORLD 2017 at the beginning of February. Next week, we’ll be on the road yet again, this time heading to...
Why 3DPrint.com is Looking Forward to SOLIDWORKS World 2017

Why 3DPrint.com is Looking Forward to SOLIDWORKS World 2017

Industry conferences are typically rife with big announcements on new machines, software, and business partnerships. It makes sense: there are usually hundreds, if not thousands, of people at these types of events, and the opportunities for showcasing your company, and its equipment, are many. The next big conference on the horizon, at least for us here […]

Industry conferences are typically rife with big announcements on new machines, software, and business partnerships. It makes sense: there are usually hundreds, if not thousands, of people at these types of events, and the opportunities for showcasing your company,...
Around the World in 3D Printing: 2016 in Review

Around the World in 3D Printing: 2016 in Review

Throughout the last 12 months, we’ve been following growth in every aspect of the 3D printing industry, from hardware introductions to software developments to new materials set to bring new ideas into reality. A huge part of my year has entailed packing up and heading out to different locations to share with you directly the […]

Throughout the last 12 months, we’ve been following growth in every aspect of the 3D printing industry, from hardware introductions to software developments to new materials set to bring new ideas into reality. A huge part of my year has entailed packing up and...
formnext 2016 in Review: Growth in 3D Printing Industry Demonstrated in Expanded Conference

formnext 2016 in Review: Growth in 3D Printing Industry Demonstrated in Expanded Conference

I’m finally back to my desk following a very busy week in Frankfurt, following the latest in 3D printing news right from the showroom floor at formnext 2016, organized by Mesago Messe Frankfurt Group and powered by TCT. Our team has been tirelessly reporting on all the announcements from the week, while I’ve been keeping […]

I’m finally back to my desk following a very busy week in Frankfurt, following the latest in 3D printing news right from the showroom floor at formnext 2016, organized by Mesago Messe Frankfurt Group and powered by TCT. Our team has been tirelessly reporting on...
TPE TopCon: A Look at 16 Top 3D Printing Stories of 2016

TPE TopCon: A Look at 16 Top 3D Printing Stories of 2016

Yesterday in Akron, Ohio was the 12th TPE TopCon event, a conference dedicated to thermoplastics hosted by the Akron Section of the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) and the TPE Special Interest Group (SIG) of the SPE. This edition of TPE TopCon was called “Stretching the Performance with TPE’s” as the SPE sought to emphasize the ‘stretch’ […]

Yesterday in Akron, Ohio was the 12th TPE TopCon event, a conference dedicated to thermoplastics hosted by the Akron Section of the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) and the TPE Special Interest Group (SIG) of the SPE. This edition of TPE TopCon was...
RapidTech 2016 News: Materialise to Create Build Processor for 3D Printed Optics Specialist Luxexcel

RapidTech 2016 News: Materialise to Create Build Processor for 3D Printed Optics Specialist Luxexcel

Both  Luxexcel and Materialise are dynamic companies within the 3D printing industry, both constantly working on positive collaborations with numerous other well-known entities from Optis to Microsoft, just to name a very few. Both are certainly always working diligently to keep their users’ needs more than met in a world offering increasing demand for both […]

Both  Luxexcel and Materialise are dynamic companies within the 3D printing industry, both constantly working on positive collaborations with numerous other well-known entities from Optis to Microsoft, just to name a very few. Both are certainly always working...