2nd Annual Guangzhou International 3D Printing Industry Exhibition

The 2nd Guangzhou International 3D Printing Industry Exhibition will be held at the Canton Fair Pazhou Exhibition Hall from April 15-18, 2015.

After last year’s successful event with more than 86 companies showcasing their latest products and technologies, the Guangzhou International 3D Printing Exhibition goes into its second round in April 2015.

According to organisers the majority of companies such as 3D Systems, Materialise, Huashu tech, Lian Tai Technology, CEL, Tier Time, Binhu Electromechanical, Kevvox, E-sun, Flashforge, ShanGu, YiLin, ZBOT, ONROL, Tianqi, Silverage etc. will take part in the event again.

“As one of China’s largest 3D printing exhibitions, we’ve been striving to become the largest and most influential professional exhibition in the world. With the assistance of many other friend industry associations & Media from United States, Germany, Belgium, South Korea, Singapore, HongKong, Taiwan and China mainland, we intend to create a 3D multi-industry event. Focused on innovative applications of 3D printing technology and relying on region of Guangzhou, our goal is to promote industrial restructuring and integrating of 3D printing technology at home and abroad and to form agglomeration effects! By developing materials, equipment will be upgraded accordingly, which will promote the development of R & D, build the Guangzhou 3D printing industry brand exhibition and promote the rapid development of 3D printing industry.”

Pre-registration is available online and includes the following benefits:

• Send the exhibition information by post for free  
• Quick admission without queue
• Receive proceedings and a souvenir for free

For more information or to register, visit: www.3dp-expo.com

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