Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo returns to New York City
Inside 3D Printing is returning to New York on April 10-12! Since its inception in 2013, the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo has quickly grown to become the largest professional 3D printing event worldwide. Inside 3D Printing New York will feature a full day of tutorials plus two days of conference sessions led by industry experts and demonstrations of the latest 3D printers and services. Whatever your role, Inside 3D Printing has a focused track with in-depth analysis and takeaways tailored to your priorities. The expo hall allows networking opportunities with colleagues from over 60 countries and 44 states (based on statistics from 2015 events) as well as 70+ exhibits from around the world. 50 + speakers provide coverage of industrial and consumer topics and strategies. Inside 3D Printing covers manufacturing, metal, medical, business, art, and more.
Who Should Attend?
- Artists & Makers
- Automotive Professionals
- Aviation Innovators
- Fashion & Jewelry Designers
- Food Professionals
- Industrial Designers
- Inventors & Technologists
- Investors & Entrepreneurs
- Lawyers & IP Attorneys
- Manufacturers & Prototype Specialists
- Medical, Dental, & Prosthetic Specialists
- Plastics & Metal Engineers
- Software Developers
3D Printing Tracks Within Inside 3d PrintingAerospace Business Branding Filaments IP Manufacturing Marketing Medical Metal Scanners Software Startup
This track covers the major additive manufacturing materials from the fundamentals of material design to specialized materials for advanced applications. Come learn about the latest research on both metals and polymers, including some cutting-edge, experimental materials that have yet to be commercially released.
3D printing is disrupting the medical field in myriad ways helping to drive significant improvements in patient care. From surgical planning to customized medical devices to skeletal reconstruction, prosthetics and orthotics, 3D printing is truly transforming lives. In this track, you will find in-depth sessions covering design and manufacturing of customized implants, dental devices, tissues, and much more using a variety of additive technologies.
Virtual Reality is once again “trending” now that decades of research and development have resulted in a new generation of low-cost VR devices that promise beneficial and profitable applications. VR is the largest platform opportunity since mobile and companies like Samsung, Microsoft, Google and Facebook are lining up to get a slice of the pie. VR is poised to become a major hub not only for gaming and entertainment, but for communications, business and social networking as well.