3D PRINT Show France 2014

Professionals from all industries have already marked June 17-20, 2014 on their calendars as an opportunity to discover or deepen their knowledge on the tremendous potential of additive manufacturing at 3d print show.

The conference programme is promising in many ways: concrete exemplary cases, pedagogical dimension, comprehensive approach to all stages, prospective international vision ... not to mention the events: live demonstrations, exhibitions of amazing objects, learning sessions, and interactive discussions. One thing is certain, industry can now rely on the advantages of additive manufacturing and this show gives everyone the chance to gauge the scope of this development.

A large number of exhibitors have already confirmed their presence at the first 3D PRINT show: from rapid prototyping to machines, moulds and equipment, including business services and study centres ... the entire industry will be represented giving an overview of the industry today.

As evidenced by the comments collected from several exhibitors, many of them will use this opportunity to showcase their expertise and latest innovations.

Additive manufacturing has revolutionised conventional processes and is expected to play a key role in the future of our industries.

3D PRINT show will be held in conjunction with fiP solution plastique, the French plastics show.

SCHEDULE, DATES & VENUE

June 17-20, 2014
Lyon Eurexpo - France
(Hall 6.1 et 6.2)

Adresse: Boulevard de l'Europe 69680 CHASSIEU

Open from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm (except on Friday : 9:00 am to 5:00 pm)

This exhibition exclusively targets professionals. Free entrance is available upon presentation of your invitation or an electronic badge.

For more information, visit: www.3dprint-exhibition.com


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