Spanish conference ADDIT3D 2021 sets October dates

July 19, 2021

The fifth edition of the professional Additive Manufacturing trade show ADDIT3D is scheduled to take place on October 26–28, 2021, in Bilbao, Spain. The event is co-organised by ADDIMAT, the Spanish Association for Additive and 3D Manufacturing Technologies, and the Bilbao Exhibition Centre.

From general topics to more technical issues on part processing and post-processing, new metal technologies or advances in state-of-the-art materials; presented by users who have showcased success stories, the event intends to showcase AM systems and machinery, industrial applications, raw materials, consumables, education & training, and technology R&D, as well as AM services, software and scanners.

Thus far, companies such as Lortek, Soluciones Sicnova, 3DEVO, HP Printing and Computing Solutions, Optimus3D, ADDILAN Fabricación Aditiva, C&T Fabrication, Maquinser, Prima Industrie, Joinmax Europe, Pixel Sistemas, CEIT-IK4, Ansys Iberia, SamyLabs and SolidPerfil3D have signed on to showcase products, technology, applications and materials.

ADDIT3D will combine exhibitions and product presentations alongside the talks and networking. On the second day, the Digital and Additive Talks with CMH will take place, wherein representatives of exhibiting companies will share knowledge on and experience with mass production in AM, AM in aeronautics and automotive sectors and business diversification. The programme will also feature ‘Innovation Workshops’, where brief product presentations will be held and the latest commercial and market trends will be shared.

ADDIT3D welcomes professionals from a wide variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace and aeronautics, capital goods, metal works, energy generation, household appliances and items, railway, subcontracting in chip removal and sheet metal works, moulds and dies, Oil & Gas, etc.

Further information and registration details are available here.

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