Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016, taking place June 28-30 at RAI Amsterdam, is the pan-European business show for additive manufacturing (AM)/3D printing, and will present the latest technologies, from full additive manufacturing /3D printing systems and software, to scanning and imaging equipment, finishing options, and material innovations. See all the latest technologies from the world's leading suppliers, from design and prototyping through to manufacturing (focusing on healthcare, aerospace and automotive applications).
Exhibitors include BigRep, EnvisionTEC, Formlabs, Höganäs, SLM, Smit Röntgen (Philips), Ultimaker, Trumpf, UL and many more. Receive a 33% discount if you register before 10 June.
In addition to new product launches and live demonstrations, the show will include a conference program delivering information on the latest trends and technologies, alongside practical case studies, for additive manufacturing/3D printing in the healthcare, aerospace and automotive industries. The conference program on June 28 will include sessions relevant to the healthcare market, while June 29 will address the aerospace market and June 30 feature presentations for visitors with an interest in the automotive market.
Across the three days of Additive Manufacturing Europe, UL will also present separate one-day workshops, specially adapted for the show: fundamentals of additive manufacturing designs, on June 28; design strategies for additive manufacturing, on June 29; and managing quality and safety in additive manufacturing, on June 30.
Further, a product stage directly on the show floor will see companies in the additive manufacturing/3D printing industry discuss how their products and technologies, with case studies and the opportunity for show attendees to ask questions from the audience.
For full details and prices of expo only tickets and conference passes, and to register, visit www.amshow-europe.com. An early registration rate is available until June 10.
Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016 is a sister to show Additive Manufacturing Americas 2016, scheduled for December 7-9 in Pasadena. The shows are introduced last year by Tarsus after its acquisition of the 3D Printshow portfolio. Lisa Milburn, Additive Manufacturing Shows managing director, said: ‘Additive manufacturing is an exciting growth area and recent developments in equipment and software are providing plenty of opportunities for real world applications. With Tarsus’s experience of running large, industrial shows around the world, we look forward to working with our partners to deliver the largest events for this sector.’