1/29/2019

Call for Papers Open for Additive Manufacturing Conference 2019

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Final abstracts are now being accepted on subjects relating to the advancements and use of additive production.

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The call for papers is now open for the Additive Manufacturing Conference 2019, taking place August 27-29 in Austin, TX. The expanded event focuses on industrial applications of 3D printing technologies for making functional components and end-use parts.

Attendees represent companies of all shapes, sizes and specialties, ranging from multinational OEMs to independent contract machine shops; aerospace to medical to consumer products; from owner to executive and engineer to operator. The commonality is the interest in evolving the application of industrial additive manufacturing technologies.

Suggested presentation topics include application success stories, unique applications, software developments, connection with design, organizational changes and production through additive manufacturing. 

Speakers receive a pass to the conference, access to the exhibit hall, download of the proceedings after the event and an invitation to all networking activities, including the grand reception.

The deadline for papers is April 19, 2019. Abstracts can be submitted online here.

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