Additive Manufacturing Conference + Expo Focused on Scale Production

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The Additive Manufacturing Conference + Expo focused on how printing large part numbers is now feasible, therefore competing with more traditional methods.

The 2019 edition of the Additive Manufacturing Conference + Expo (AMC) was held last week at the Austin Convention Center. The event featured 26 speakers from additive manufacturing service bureaus, OEMs, suppliers, national labs and more. Over 500 people, representing every level of 3D printing adoption, attended.

The immersive learning event spanned three days and featured technical presentations, facility tours, an exhibit space and ample networking opportunity. Presenters included Ford, Tangible Solutions, Zeiss, HP, Forecast 3D, GE Aviation and more. Education also stretched into the real world with tours of the Austin-based facilities of EOS and Essentium. The technical program focused on how additive technology has reached a point where printing large part numbers is feasible, therefore competing with more traditional methods.

Conference organizers announced that the AMC will be returning to IMTS, North America’s largest machining technology event, next year, at Chicago’s McCormick Place. Information is available at additiveconference.com.


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