3D Print Congress & Exhibition announces Paris event in October 2021

June 23, 2021

The organisers of the 3D Print Congress and Exhibition, held in Lyon, France, are launching a second event in Paris on October 20–21, 2021. The trade show is an opportunity to showcase a wide variety of AM technologies and materials for all industries whilst providing excellent opportunities for networking, thereby helping to drive further innovation and helping to consolidate projects.

The event will make it possible to explore the field in detail with demonstrations of machines and materials in operation on the stands. The free-to-attend congress will also provide genuine training opportunities, presenting experts and a range of case studies to inspire good practices and uses for the deployment of the technology.

A gallery of additively manufactured parts, demonstrations and award ceremonies will also feature on the extensive programme.

The new location is expected to offer significant professional opportunities: Paris is home to many large industrial companies and decision-making centres, and hosts has many companies operating in markets of interest, such as design, luxury goods and medical.

Key players in AM – such EOS, HP, Multistation, BASF, Materialise, Cadvision, CEA, Altair, Joke Technology, Erpro, Linde Gas, Rosler – are keen to make the most of the show’s opportunities and have already committed to attending as exhibitors.

Further information and free registration is available through the event’s website.

www.3dprint-exhibition-paris.com/en

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