3D Print Congress & Exhibition Paris conference programme published

June 20, 2023

June 20, 2023

3D Print Congress & Exhibition Paris has released the programme for its October 11-12, 2023, event. This year’s show is expected to attract over 300 exhibitors and host over 6,000 attendees.

At the event, conferences and workshops featuring more than eighty speakers will cover topics and trends in Additive Manufacturing. The conference programme includes the following sessions:

  • Large-fromat 3D printing: how to embrace it?
  • Additive Manufacturing in 2023: trends and outlook
  • Transports and Additive Manufacturing
  • Industrialisation: How to gain industrial agility and bring continuous improvement to your production?
  • Materials: trends in 2023: How to choose the most suitable material? What’s new and what’s ahead?
  • Mass production: can additive manufacturing be used to produce parts in volume? Feedback!
  • Maintenance: how can additive manufacturing provide an effective solution?
  • 3D printing and sustainability: new materials and sustainable solutions
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The first day of the event will also feature an award ceremony, at which the 3D Innovation and 3D Collab Awards and Start-Up Contest winners will be announced.

Metal AM is a media sponsor of the 3D Printing Congress & Exhibition. Copies of the latest issue of Metal AM magazine will be on show and available for visitors.

Those interested in attending may register here.


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