7/4/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Additive Manufacturing Conference Agenda Announced

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The complete agenda has been announced for the Additive Manufacturing Conference + Expo (AMC) 2019, August 27-29 in Austin, TX.


The complete agenda has been announced for the Additive Manufacturing Conference + Expo (AMC) 2019, August 27-29 in Austin, TX.

The three-day event will offer attendees unique ways to connect with leading suppliers, end-users and researchers of industrial applications for additive manufacturing technologies. The interactive event includes demonstrations, technical tours, networking and presentations all held against the backdrop of one of the nation’s most tech forward cities.

The expanded show for Austin digs deeper into all 3D printing technology for production aspects. Attendees will have the chance to see equipment on the show floor, hear presentations on the latest in industrial 3D printing technology and visit two top notch facilities.


The AMC conference program includes technical sessions examining design, materials, machinery and applications technology used in additive manufacturing for production. Specific topics include automation, aerospace, generative design, post-processing, metrology, machine learning, injection molds and more.

Technical presenters include OEMs, additive manufacturing service bureaus and machinery suppliers, such as GE Additive, EOS, Formalloy, ZEISS and more. Visitors will also be able to see the technologies in action with tours of EOS North America’s headquarters and the Essentium metal and polymer AM labs.

Complete agenda and registration information is available at www.additiveconference.com. Direct inquiries can be sent to Justin Combs, Marketing Manager, jcombs@gardnerweb.com / 800-950-8020.




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