Objectify launches its first virtual AM Industrial Conference

May 10, 2021

Objectify Technologies, New Delhi, India, is launching AMIC 2021 (Additive Manufacturing Industrial Conference), a virtual Additive Manufacturing event focusing on skill development, qualification and the know-how needed to succeed in the AM industry.

Scheduled to take place on May 20–21, 2021, Objectify hopes the event will spark interest, allowing attendees to gain knowledge and an understanding of the necessary tools to ensure success in manufacturing and engineering.

AMIC 2021, focused on AM Skill Development, will have over nineteen speakers from various industrial fields, as well as workshops on applications, machine overviews and design optimisation.

“AMIC 2021 is an initiative to help Skill India and prepare them for Industry 4.0. As of now, technology is evolving rapidly and, hence, it is the need of the hour to get our workforce ready for the future,” stated Arpit Sahu, Director, Objectify Technologies.

Registration is now open via the company’s website.


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