2/18/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Registration Open for Additive Manufacturing Workshop at Amerimold 2019

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Discounted early registration extends through May 11th, includes admission to co-located Amerimold Expo. 

Registration has opened for the second Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Plastics (AMWP). Building on its successful debut at last year’s NPE: The Plastics Show, this year’s workshop will take place Thursday, June 13th during Amerimold 2019.

Curated by the editorial experts at Gardner Business Media’s Additive Manufacturing, Plastics Technology and MoldMaking Technology, the workshop will take a focused look at the machinery, materials and processes being used to produce end-use industrial plastic parts.

Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Plastics registrants receive:

  • Access to AMWP technical presentations and panel discussions
  • Admission to the Amerimold 2019 exhibit hall and technical sessions
  • Entry to Amerimold’s annual networking reception
  • Conference materials including post-show presentation proceedings
  • Complimentary subscriptions to Additive Manufacturing and MoldMaking Technology

Speaking on the workshop’s focus, Additive Manufacturing Editor-In-Chief, Pete Zelinski noted, “Additive technology is creating new options and new opportunities for mold manufacturers and plastics processors. This workshop will include leading additive manufacturing technology suppliers and end users presenting side-by-side to discuss those options and explore those opportunities. Hosting the workshop at Amerimold, the industry’s premier die/mold and injection molding tradeshow, delivers added value and perspective for the event’s participants.”

A discounted early registration period runs through May 11th. Registration details and event information is available online at additiveconference.com.

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