3D Print Congress & Exhibition announce Paris-Lyon rotation from 2023

December 1, 2022

The organisers of France’s 3D Print Congress & Exhibition have announced that the event will have a new format from 2023, taking place in Paris during odd years and Lyon in even years.

“This alternation will allow companies and conference speakers to focus on one edition per year with exclusive content, enabling them to meet even more and new Additive Manufacturing users coming from all over France and abroad,” stated Stéphanie Collot, director of the 3D Print trade show.

“Our ambition is to think big in order to respond to the dynamism of the industry, which is why we are giving exhibitors and visitors a date at Porte de Versailles, a venue perfectly suited to host a trade show/conference like 3D Print. We want to offer an international (exhibitors and visitors), educational (thanks to its workshops and didactic conferences), strategic (testimonies of customer/supplier collaboration, productivity gains and commercial successes obtained thanks to 3D printing) and qualifying (presence of training centres and connection between recruiters and job seekers) event on a surface twice as large.”

3D Print will next take place from October 11-12, 2023, in Paris, and June 4-6, 2024, in Lyon. Based on previous events, the organisers expect to welcome over 300 exhibitors and 6,000 visitors in 2023.


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