Additive International 2018 to take place this July in Nottingham, UK

April 12, 2018

Additive International 2018 to take place this July in Nottingham, UK

A presentation at 2017’s International Conference on Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing, now rebranded Additive International (Courtesy Added Scientific)


Additive International 2018, formerly The International Conference on Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing, will take place at the Nottingham Belfry Hotel, Nottingham, UK, July 11–12, 2018. The conference is sponsored by HP and has been running since 2006, during which time it has built a reputation as a leading event for academic and industrial experts in Additive Manufacturing.

With over 250 delegates expected to attend the conference from more than 170 institutions, the two-day event will include a parallel exhibition showcasing a number of organisations whose technology, analysis, expertise and products are driving development in Additive Manufacturing and wider manufacturing industries.

In addition to the main conference, the University of Nottingham will host a Business Innovation in Additive Manufacturing event on July 10, in partnership with Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Network. During this event, an update will be presented on the UK’s Additive Manufacturing Strategy, which is said to have identified business opportunities of £3.5 billion per year.

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