Ceramitec 2018 conference programme now available

March 13, 2018

The full conference programme for Ceramitec 2018, the international trade fair for the ceramics industry, is now available. The event is set to run from April 10-13, 2018, at Messe München, Munich, Germany, and will for the first time include a special area dedicated to Additive Manufacturing.

It is reported that the event will host 600 exhibitors from 37 countries, including representatives from the fields of Additive Manufacturing, Powder Metallurgy and Powder Injection Moulding. 15,000 visitors are expected to attend the exhibition, with 4,000 also expected to attend the adjacent conference programme.

As well as featuring a number of AM exhibitors in the exhibition hall, a separate Additive Manufacturing-focused lecture programme will run on all days of the trade show, addressing various questions covering all aspects of AM. Among the companies exhibiting will be XJet, introducing its Nanoparticle Jetting technology for the AM of metal and ceramics.

Attendance of specialist lectures and panel discussions is free of charge for all trade show visitors. The full conference programme is available to view via the event website.

www.ceramitec.com

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