3D Printing Content Conference programme announced

July 11, 2017

July 11, 2017

The programme for the 3D Printing Content Conference, to take place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on October 4, 2017, has been announced. The networking event is aimed at those involved in 3D design, 3D engineering, 3D content, product marketing, manufacturing and Industry 4.0.

The conference will feature a number of speakers from the Additive Manufacturing industry including:

  • Stefan Rink, Vice President of Manufacturing, Shapeways
  • Adrian Muresan, R&D Lead, 3D Hubs, The Netherlands
  • Romain Kidd, CEO, MyMiniFactory, United Kingdom
  • Florent Pitoun, CEO & Co-Founder, FabZat, France
  • Gaspard Bos, Director, New State Of Matter / Endless Objects, The Netherlands
  • Richard van Deventer, Business Development, Packhunt io, The Netherlands

And will offer attendees a venue for discussion and reflection on topics such as:

  • The creation of Additive Manufacturing content – design and 3D modelling software
  • Digital distribution of AM content – marketplaces and online platforms
  • AM content as part of product manufacturers’ portfolios – from households to professional products
  • AM and Industry 4.0 / Smart Industry
  • The AM publisher / AM product manager, a new profession
  • AM content as part of merchandising – e.g., in the gaming industry
  • Shifting from 2D content to 3D content
  • The need for new business models
  • IP, liability, legal and technical issues

Delegates who register for the conference before August 23, 2017, can take advantage of an Early Bird discount.


July 11, 2017

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