Events related to 3D printing

Organized by the Fraunhofer Additive Manufacturing Alliance, the DDMC is a bi-annual cutting-edge forum for discussion on Additive Manufacturing, including its application in industry and the environmental impact of such new manufacturing technologies. Impact on health, sustainability and technology will also be discussed.

Stakeholders across the aerospace and defence sector are looking to short-term applications and return on investment as the crucial first steps towards fulfilling the potential of AM technology.

IDTechEx co-locates eight conferences and exhibitions on today’s most promising technologies, including Internet of Things applications, graphene and 2D materials, printed electronics, and 3D printing.

A newcomer became a trendsetter: Rapid.Tech’s story of success began in 2004 with 30 exhibitors and 170 congress participants. In the following years the event evolved to one of the world’s leading platforms for Additive Manufacturing with 140 exhibitors and about 4000 international expert visitors.

A strong combination of the AMPM conference and POWDERMET exhibition focussed on additive manufacturing with powder metallurgy.

Exhibitors from 40 countries, more than 120.000 trade visitors and a positively evaluated business success of over 80% of trade visitors show: ILA is where supply meets demand at the right place. The German aerospace exhibition is a must-attend event for all international industry experts.

RAPID is known worldwide as the preeminent event for 3D printing, scanning, and additive manufacturing.

The third 3D Printing technology exhibition provides a very significant contribution to the Turkish economy. It will bring big improvements for the production and the conducts of this business.

At AKL International Laser Technology Congress users, manufacturers and developers can intensively exchange ideas on the current state and perspectives of laser technology.

Hannover Messe is the world’s most important industrial show.

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