Registration is now open for the Materialise World Conference

We are on the verge of what many are calling the Industrial Revolution 2.0. During the Materialise World Conference, experts from around the world will be brought together to experience and discuss the technology and solutions needed to make this revolution a reality.

  • where designers are empowered to create better products,
  • where doctors are empowered to provide better treatment though customized medical solutions,
  • where biomedical experts are empowered to take their research to the next level,
  • where manufacturers are empowered to better serve and support their customers,
  • where consumers are empowered to create something personal through their involvement in the design process.

During the conference, you will be able to interact with specialists from a wide range of backgrounds and learn more about how they are putting AM to use. In addition, specialized tracks will be pursued in the summits below, allowing attendees to get the information most relevant to their needs. Each summit will be comprised of smaller, more focused sessions.

  • The Materialise Automotive Summit (April 18-19    From Vision to Precision: Breaking the Mold in the Automotive Industry with AM
  • The Materialise Additive Manufacturing Summit (April 18-19) Game Changing in Manufacturing
  • The Medical Innovation Conference (April 18-20) Engineering on Anatomy
  • The Research & Technology Track (April 20)

Attendance is absolutely free!

Materialise has decided to once more waive the registration fee for all attendees. It is our goal to offer our attendees an open forum where they can interact with each other, share insights, and through open discussions, learn from their peers.

For more information, visit: www.materialise.com/mwc2012

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