Link3D and partners to host 26.2 hour Digital Additive Manufacturing Marathon next week

April 20, 2020

Link3D, Rapid + TCT, Aerodef & 3Dnatives will host the Digital Additive Manufacturing Marathon (DAMM), a new digital conference, on April 27–28, 2020. The conference will last for 26.2 hours, beginning at 08:30AM (EST) on April 27 and ending at 11:00AM (EST) on April 28, with the aim of enabling participation from the AM industry across all timezones.

DAMM will feature more than forty presentations from AM industry leaders and include virtual networking sessions for attendees to connect with the AM community between presentation sessions. Speakers have been confirmed from:

  • EOS
  • APWorks
  • HP
  • nTopology
  • Carbon
  • GoProto
  • Mayo Clinic
  • Velo3D
  • NASA
  • Renishaw
  • NIST
  • Kennametal
  • Additive America
  • Morf3D
  • Arevo
  • Tangible Solutions
  • The Barnes Group Advisors
  • Wabtec
  • 9T Labs
  • Facebook
  • SLM
  • Sembcore Marine
  • DNV GL and more

Further information and registration details are available via Link3D.

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