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Thursday, 11 January 2018 16:02

Inside 3D Printing Düsseldorf 2018

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Inside 3D Printing is back in Düsseldorf from February 21-22, 2018. With thousands of visitors Inside 3D Printing has become one of the leading B2B conferences for 3D printing and additive manufacturing. Two days of packed programs and three conference tracks with more than 50 sessions ensure maximum knowledge transfer and networking.

The media hype has made 3D printing an omnipresent theme. Inside 3D Printing however makes additive manufacturing the center of attention and focuses on the latest commercial innovations, today’s enormous efforts in research, the development of technologies and equipment, as well as the application and integration into a complete product realization process. All stakeholders of additive manufacturing are addressed by Inside 3D Printing.

One highlight for this year’s program is the Keynote with Dr. Phil Reeves from Stratasys – 3D Printing – A global Perspective to Business Adoption and Value Creation.

In this keynote, Dr. Reeves will discuss how 3D printing is being used globally by companies to drive both top-line sales growth and to drive bottom-line business profitability. He will discuss the business drivers to 3D printing adoption, including low volume supply chain realignment, design optimization and increased functionality, resource efficiency manufacturing and product personalization.

Another highlight is the Keynote with Prof. Thierry Rayna from École Polytechnique – Beyond the Hype: How to Make 3D Printing Mainstream?

3D printing/Additive Manufacturing has been so hyped the past few years that it would be easy to forget that it is a 30-year old set of technologies—barely 10 years younger than the now ubiquitous PC. While 3D Printing has undoubtedly gained ground, and has arguably become a cornerstone of some industries, it still remains to this day a niche manufacturing technology.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017 15:33

Inside 3D Printing Seoul 2017

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KINTEX holds the 4th annual Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo with Rising Media on June 28-30, 2017 in Seoul, South Korea. Inside 3D Printing returns to Seoul with an unprecedented event scale of 73 exhibitors and sponsors in 210 booths, with an expected attendance of 9,000+ visitors from 25 countries.

Inside 3D Printing is the largest 3D printing event series worldwide, having hosted 38 events globally since its launch in 2013 in New York City. The theme for this year’s event is ‘The New Era of Digital Manufacturing’.

The exhibition will include global companies including: EOS, 3D Systems, Makerbot, DWS, Aurora Labs as well as well-known Korean exhibitors. On display will be 3D printers, 3D scanners, CNC milling machine, CAD/CAM/CAE software, metrology, reverse engineering, post processing, 3D printed products and materials. The exhibition will be held at KINTEX 2, South Korea.

Visitors can experience the various applications of 3D printing in real life such as having their feet scanned and order custom 3D printed shoes to their exact size that will arrive in 24 hours by All About Wear.

The event also includes a two day conference on June 28-29 with world-renowned keynote speakers: Omer Kreiger, President, Stratasys APAC & Japan, Terry Wohlers, Principal Consultant, Wohlers Associates; Kevin McAlea, Executive Vice President, 3D Systems and Tyler Benster, General Partner, Asimov Ventures.

In addition, we will have 35 industry experts speaking from Autodesk, Stratasys, EOS, Arcam, Materialise, Dassault Systemes and many more. The conference will focus on the hottest topics in 3D printing including manufacturing, metal, business, investments and aerospace/automotive industry.

Inside 3D Printing will be co-located with Robo Universe, Virtual Reality Summit and International LED/OLED Expo. Expo Pass holders of Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo can access to exhibit hall of concurrent events without extra charges

Friday, 05 May 2017 14:51

Inside 3D Printing Melbourne 2017

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Rising Media, Inc. revealed the full program for the upcoming Inside 3D Printing Conference in Melbourne, taking place at the Melbourne Convention and Exposition Centre in association with AUSTECH.

Now in its third edition in Melbourne and fourth event in Australia, Inside 3D Printing is the largest professional global conference series dedicated to exploring business applications in the 3D ecosystem.

The diverse conference program features experts from Australia and abroad and explores 3D printing innovation across a multitude of fields, including: manufacturing, healthcare & medicine, education, film, product design, economics, and more.

Session topics for Inside 3D Printing Melbourne include:

  • Keynote: 3D Printing on the world stage
  • A global view of 3D printing for film
  • 4D printing for the film industry
  • HP Technology for 3D printing
  • Industrialism of 3D printing
  • Additive fabrication – Enabling approaches for novel biofabrication needs
  • High-powered X-ray CT for AM parts analysis
  • The impact of 3D printing on the implant industry in Australia
  • Perspectives in 3D printing for medical applications and innovations
  • Additive manufacturing of end use products in the prosthetics industry
  • Advance 3D printing materials in FDM printers
  • 3D printing for enhancement of creativity and aiding gender diversity in STEM
  • Developing functional products from additive manufacturing – an educational perspective
  • Manufacturing the future now


Inside 3D Printing is the largest professional 3D printing and additive manufacturing event worldwide with annual events in Singapore, Germany, Brazil, New York, Australia, France, South Korea, Japan, China, India, and California.

Rising Media, Inc. announced that Oren Tepper, M.D., director, Craniofacial and Aesthetic Surgery, Montefiore Health System and assistant professor of Surgery, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, will present the opening keynote address at Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo. The industry’s leading business-to-business event will return to the Javits Convention Center in New York City for its fifth annual conference, where it will run from March 14-15, 2017. Thousands of additive manufacturing professionals are expected to attend the event for two days of education, exhibitions, special events, and networking opportunities.

Dr. Tepper, a pioneer in using 3D printing technology in plastic and reconstructive surgery, recently made international headlines as part of the surgical team that successfully separated then 13-month old conjoined twins, Jadon and Anias McDonald, at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore in New York. Dr. Tepper’s keynote address on March 14th at 9am, titled “How 3D Printing and Virtual Surgical Planning Made it Possible to Successfully Separate Conjoined Twins,” will highlight the evolution of this technology and the critical role it played in this landmark case.

“We’re honored that Dr. Tepper is joining us at Inside 3D Printing next week to share his tremendous experience and insight into the use of 3D printing in plastic and reconstructive surgery for nearly a decade,” said Matthew Finlay, CEO of Rising Media. “His presentation will provide our attendees with a first-hand look at cutting-edge medical applications for 3D printing, in the same way that the rest of our faculty will address new strategies and techniques for technology in manufacturing, metals, and business.”

Following Dr Oren's keynote is a full track on the advances 3D Printing is bringing to the medical profession, chaired by Bunny Ellerin, Co-Founder & President of NYC Health Business Leaders and ‎Director, Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Management Program at Columbia Business School.

The event’s keynote program will also feature Tyler Benster, General Partner at Asimov Ventures, who will discuss “How Startups are Disrupting the Factory with 3D Printing” (March 14th at 1pm); and Terry Wohlers, Principal Consultant at Wohlers Associates, who will address “The Future of 3D Printing” (March 15th at 9:50 am).

The event has earned a well-deserved reputation for its world-class conference program, which this year will feature day-long dedicated conference tracks on 3D printing applications in four distinct areas:  Metal, Medical, Manufacturing, and Business.

Tuesday, 28 February 2017 12:31

Inside 3D Printing New York 2017

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Inside 3D Printing New York is returning to the Javits Convention Center from March 14 – 15, 2017. Thousands of additive manufacturing professionals are expected to attend the 5th annual event for two days of education, exhibitions, special events, and networking opportunities.

Inside 3D Printing is the largest professional 3D printing series of events, with 38 events hosted globally since its launch in 2013. The event has earned a well-deserved reputation for its world-class conference program, which this year will feature day-long dedicated conference tracks on 3D printing applications in four distinct areas: Metal, Medical, Manufacturing, and Business.

Keynote addresses include presentations by Dr. Oren Tepper, who will discuss his use of 3D printing in plastic and reconstructive surgery; and Terry Wohlers, Principal Consultant at Wohlers Associates, who will address “The Future of 3D Printing.”

“As our conference attendees are increasingly well-versed in all aspects of 3D printing, we design our educational program to provide our audience with up-to-the-minute applications and strategies that they can successfully apply to their businesses today,” said Matthew Finlay, CEO of Rising Media. “At the same time, our faculty is uniquely qualified to provide attendees with a forward look at where the industry is heading, making Inside 3D Printing a must-attend event for anyone serious about the business of 3D printing.”

Other Speakers Include:

  • John Barnes - Vice President of Advanced Manufacturing & Strategy, Arconic
  • Tyler Benster - General Partner, Asimov Ventures
  • Katharina Berres - Head of Marketing & Communications, ACEO®
  • Prabir Chaudhury - Technical Director, Metals Technology, Exova Group plc
  • Bryan Dow - Managing Director, Investment Banking, Mooreland Partners
  • Jeff Erenstone - CEO, Create O&P
  • Patrick Flowers - Duke University
  • Izabella Godsey - Sales Manager, ALGIX 3D
  • Dan Grigoras - Director of Business Development, 3D Hubs
  • Gary Halada Ph.D. - Associate Professor & UG Program Director (ESG), Stony Brook University
  • Chris Higgins - Patent Attorney, Orrick
  • John Hornick - Partner, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, L.L.P.
  • Louis-Victor Jadavji - Co-Founder, Wiivv
  • David Kolesky - Technology Development Fellow, Wyss Insitute for Biologically Inspired Engineering
  • David Labiak - Senior Portfolio Manager, 3D Tech Plus, LLC & Trent Capital Management
  • Jeremy Mao - Co-Director, Center for Craniofacial Regeneration, Columbia University Medical Center
  • Oliver Mitchell - Partner, Mach 5 Ventures
  • Mark Norfolk - President & CEO, Fabrisonic
  • AJ Perez - Co-Founder and CEO, NVBOTS
  • Mark Rushton - Product Portfolio Management, Dassault Systemes SOLIDWORKS
  • Carrie Stern - Founder, MirrorMe3D
  • Krishnan Suresh - Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Wisconsin
  • David Tomas - Senior Project Engineer, L3 Technologies Brashear
  • Mike Vasquez - CEO, 3Degrees
  • Nicole Wake - New York University School of Medicine
  • William Yerazunis - Senior Principal Research Scientist, Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories Inc.
  • Bob Zollo - President and Founder, Avante Technology, LLC


In addition to the conferences, Inside 3D Printing’s exhibit hall will play host to the industry’s most innovative companies showcasing their latest innovations and services in 3D printing, including A-Team Ventures, Asimov Ventures, Aurora Labs, Chemcubed, Cimquest, DesignPoint, eSun, FlackTek, Flashforge, Formlabs, Igus, i.materialise, ProtoCAM, Recreus, Silver3D, TechniPrint, and Titan 3D.   Event sponsors include ACEO, Orrick, and SK Chemicals.

Special events include The Frontier Tech Showdown, the premier pitch event for seed-stage startups in 3D Printing, Virtual Reality and Robotics.  Past participants, including 3D Hubs, Wiivv, Voxel8, Metamason and Cellink, have gone on to raise more than $60 million and have a cumulative market cap of over $180 million. Asimov Ventures will present this year’s winner with an uncapped SAFE for $15,000 following this year’s event, to be held at 4:40 pm on Tuesday, March 14th.

Tuesday, 10 January 2017 14:22

Inside 3D Printing Singapore 2017

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Rising Media will host the fourth edition of Inside 3D Printing Singapore, Asia Pacific’s leading 3D printing trade show from February 14-15, 2017. Held at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, the event will give attendees access to expert conferences and demonstrations of the newest technologies in 3D printing.

Since 3D printing caught mainstream attention the world has seen a flurry of increasingly creative ways to harness the technology. From the advent of 3D-printed food to luxury retailer Louis Vuitton’s 3D-printing of an entire pop-up shop, scientists and corporate leaders alike are just beginning to explore the endless opportunities that the technology brings.

In Singapore, homegrown startup Gilmour Space Technologies last year became the first company in the world to successfully launch a rocket using 3D-printed fuel. Researchers from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) developed a new ultrasound device that produces sharper images through 3D-printed lenses, while the Singapore University of Design and Technology (SUTD) is exploring the use of 3D printing to reproduce artefacts.

The Singapore Centre for 3D Printing was launched by NTU on 17 May 2016, and is set to receive S$83 million in funding from industry and government partners over the next 10 years. With the industry enjoying strong support and growth, there is no better time than now to get in on the action at the Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo.

The Singapore stop of this global trade show series features exhibits by industry leaders from around the world.  Local companies Creatz3D Pte Ltd and Eye-2-Eye Communications Pte Ltd will return with exciting new technologies and products, while homegrown Uni-Stat Technology Pte Ltd, a leading provider of solutions for the manufacturing industry in Southeast Asia with nearly three decades of experience, will make its inaugural appearance. Other local exhibitors who have come on board to join this year are 3D Printing Studios, Shonan Design and Image Transforms. 

Foreign exhibitors also include the Massachusetts-based Formlabs, with their groundbreaking Form 2 3D printer, and Taiwan’s DMP Electronics, which brings 3D printing technology into everyday life. With a great selection of programmes lined up, attendees are guaranteed an eye-opening learning experience and a valuable networking opportunity.

Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo 2017 show offers free entry to all attendees who register online before February 14th 2017, while onsite registration is S$20. Registrants will enjoy full access to the Inside 3D Printing seminars and the Inside 3D Printing expo hall for the two days.

Thursday, 22 December 2016 16:07

Inside 3D Printing Düsseldorf 2017

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Up to 2,000 professional visitors are expected by the event organizers for the fourth annual edition of Inside 3D Printing in Germany, taking place on February 2-3, 2017 in Düsseldorf, Germany. During the conference, engineers, scientists, service providers, manufacturers, retailers and investors, as well as experts from a range of industries will have the opportunity to exchange their ideas and knowledge about the professional use of 3D printing methods and technologies. In over 50 conference sessions taking place in three branches, speakers will be presenting practical examples, business opportunities and the current state of research. The advisory committee has placed particular emphasis on the application areas of aerospace, automobile manufacturing, machine engineering and Industry 4.0 in the coming year.

The aerospace and automotive industries are rapidly driving the development of additive manufacturing methods. Several lectures during the Inside 3D Printing 2017 will be presenting case studies from the aerospace industry. Additional application examples come from the mechanical engineering and construction areas, as well as production. In addition to the well-known processes such as laser sintering or laser melting, lecturers will also be presenting new technical ideas and concepts. This often deals with the combination of multiple technologies, such as hybrid machines that combine additive and subtractive production processes.

An additional aspect of the event are application scenarios for additive manufacturing: Short process chains, small batch sizes and the use of physical transports by means of the transmission of virtual construction plans to local manufacturing cells offers completely new development opportunities both for business and economically. Additional lectures will touch on the financing opportunities for AM projects, for example, through public funding programs.

Dr. Eric Klemp, Chief Operating Officer of the voestalpine Additive Manufacturing Center and Program Coordinator of the conference, says: "Additive manufacturing methods make companies agile and are one of the cornerstones of Industry 4.0. The technologies are available and mature. Now companies are asked to implement these into product and business models. To see how they achieve this organizationally and commercially, visitors of Inside 3D Printing 2017 can have a look at the avant-garde of the industry." a five-person high-level advisory committee will be supporting Klemp with the design of the program. The committe members are Dr. Guido Adam, Managing Director DMRC, Christian Lindemann, CIK, Paderborn, Dr. Jens Pottebaum, HNI and CIK, Paderborn, Jörg Sander, Airbus and Prof. Franz-Josef Villmer, University of Applied Sciences Lippe.

Inside 3D Printing was established by the event organizer Rising Media to provide a forum for the professional exchange about additive manufacturing. In the meantime, the event is now held in ten different cities including New York, Paris, Shanghai and Singapore. New business opportunities from 3D printing, practical examples from companies and the current state of research of the technology are being presented. Over 1,400 visiting professionals attended the last Inside 3D Printing conference in Germany in February 2016.

The upcoming Inside 3D Printing 2017 will be taking place from February 2nd to 3rd at the Hilton Düsseldorf. The "Predictive Analytics World Manufacturing" conference, which is taking place in parallel, will present application cases and business scenarios of predictive analytics for industrial production. Conference visitors who register by January 13, 2017 will benefit from greatly reduced ticket prices when using discount code PROTOTYPETODAYI3D.

Rising Media announced the full program for the Inside 3D Printing San Diego event, taking place at the San Diego Convention Center on December 14-15, 2016.

Inside 3D Printing is the largest professional 3D printing event worldwide, having hosted 33 events globally since its launch in 2013. This will be the series’ fourth edition in California, with previous events hosted in San Jose and Santa Clara.

The Inside 3D Printing San Diego program, which is chaired by Tyler Benster, General Partner, Asimov Ventures, features dedicated conference tracks focused on 3D printing applications in business, manufacturing, medical, and metal; keynote speeches from industry leaders Weidong Huang of Northwestern Polytechnical University, Hod Lipson of Columbia University, and Terry Wohlers of Wohlers Associates, Inc.; a full day of pre-conference workshops on December 13; as well as networking opportunities for additive manufacturing professionals to forge valuable industry connections.

“3D printing is undergoing a watershed moment, as big and small companies alike begin to use the technology to manufacture finished goods. Several breakthrough technologies in plastics and metals promise to drive this exponential growth,” said Tyler Benster, conference chair and General Partner, Asimov Ventures.

He continued, “We have some surprises in store at Inside 3D Printing San Diego, as several companies emerge from stealth mode to unveil ground-breaking new technology, while other established presenters discuss best practices for emerging business models.”

Rising Media also announced The Nature Game, a competition challenging participants to create objects, which are hard or impossible to determine as objects having been created by natural growth or by human 3D design and manufacturing. Inspired by Alan Turing's 1950 Turing Test and developed by Uformia's Turlif Vilbrandt, The Nature Game asks the question, "Can an object be explicitly designed and fabricated by humans that seems to be naturally grown and/or expresses properties and complexity only found in naturally produced objects?" Objects created for The Nature Game will be on display at Inside 3D Printing San Diego where event attendees will have the opportunity to view the objects and guess whether they are human or nature made.

"We are now able to understand and control all types of matter at scales beyond our own perception. In the next 30 years, manufacturing systems will communicate and fabricate alongside natural systems and human made objects will no longer stand apart and separated from natural processes,” said Turlif Vilbrandt, CTO, Uformia.

San Diego-based bioprinting company Organovo is confirmed to participate and display 3D printed tissue for attendees to view through a microscope at Inside 3D Printing San Diego as part of The Nature Game.

Also on the program will be the Frontier Tech Showdown, a startup competition for early-stage startups in 3D printing, robotics, and virtual and augmented reality; the Frontier Tech Hackathon hosted by Amazon Alexa; and a special panel aimed at exploring diversity and multiculturalism in frontier technology industries.

Inside 3D Printing San Diego is co-located with Rising Media's RoboUniverse and Virtual Reality Summit as the first Frontier Tech Forum. The combined expo hall expects 50+ exhibitors showcasing the latest in frontier tech hardware, services, and software.

Prices for Frontier Tech Forum San Diego increase on-site, so register before December 14 to save.

Monday, 22 August 2016 13:34

Inside 3D Printing Berlin 2016

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Rising Media announced its partnership with IFA, the leading trade show for consumer electronics & home appliances to host 3DPrinting@home powered by Inside 3D Printing and Robot@home powered by Innorobo at IFA Berlin on September 4-7, 2016.

The 3DPrinting@home and Robot@home expo takes place within IFA Global Markets, an exhibition which focuses on the B2B2C and retail channels. In addition to consumer and retail 3D printers and robots, other cutting-edge exhibitor groups from around the globe will be on display within IFA Global Markets. IFA attracts over 249,000 visitors, 60% of whom are from the channel.

Confirmed exhibitors include: Formlabs; JER Education Technology Co. Limited.; SemVox; and Trinkle.

Robot@home powered by Innorobo will also feature two days of conference sessions exploring innovation trends in home and retail robotics.

Session topics include:

  • Market Data & Major Trends
  • From IoT to Robot@home
  • Vacuum Cleaner, Lawnmower: What's Next?
  • Robotic Assistance in Elderly care: Learnings from the SmartAssist Project
  • The New Home Interface
  • The Future of Retail - Feedback on Pepper Deployment in Retail Stores
  • Service Robotics in Europe: Current Status, Perspectives in the Frame of the H2020 European Program
  • State of the Art and Perspective for Robot@home
  • Personal & Professional Use
  • Startup Pitches and Demos
  • Foresight Session with Robotics as General Purpose Technology


For more information or to register, visit: www.inside3dprinting.de

Friday, 29 April 2016 12:49

Inside 3D Printing Seoul 2016

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Rising Media, Inc. and 3DR Holdings revealed program details for the Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo in Seoul. The event will be held June 22-24, 2016 alongside RoboUniverse Conference & Expo and the Virtual Reality Summit in association with KINTEX (Korea International Exhibition Center).

Now in its third year, Inside 3D Printing Seoul has established itself as the premier professional 3D printing conference and expo in Korea. RoboUniverse is returning to KINTEX for its second year, whereas this is the first edition of the Virtual Reality Summit in Seoul, following its successful series launch in New York earlier this year.

Keynotes for Inside 3D Printing Seoul have been confirmed from industry leaders Tyler Benster, General Partner, Asimov Ventures; Jonathan Jaglom, Chief Executive Officer, MakerBot; Terry Wohlers Principal Consultant and President, Wohlers Associates, Inc.; and Nikolai Zaepernick Vice President, Head of Strategy & Business Development, EOS.

Inside 3D Printing Seoul also features vertical tracks focusing on 3D printing applications in the business, manufacturing, medical, and metal spaces; a startup pitch, where early-stage 3D printing companies will compete for a KRW 5,000,000 convertible SAFE, courtesy of Asimov Ventures; and the 3D Print Design Show co-produced by Digital Hands, where 3D artists and designers will display their innovative work to the public.

Confirmed speakers for RoboUniverse Seoul include:

  • Dr. Guy Hoffman, Assistant Professor, School of Communication at IDC Herzliya, and co-director, IDC Media Innovation Lab
  • Chang Jae-Ho, Ph.D., Senior Research, KITECH, CEO FRTechnology
  • Choi Jun-Ho, Ph.D., Principal Research Scientist, KIST
  • Colin Kang, CEO, YSTT, adept
  • Andy Perez-Benzo, Founder and CEO, AeroAnalytics

The Virtual Reality Summit in Seoul has also confirmed a variety of local and international speakers, including: Lee Byung-Ki, COO, Gretech; Choi Jung-Hwan, VP, Director of VR Business, Skonec Entertainment; Stephanie Llamas, Director of Research & Head of VR Strategy, SuperData Research; Ahn Mu-Jung, Director, LG NSYS; Albert “Skip” Rizzo, Director for Medical Virtual Reality and Research Professor, Institute for Creative Technologies; and Choi Young-Jae, CSO of POLARIANT.

Register with promo code PROTO to save 10%

For more information or to register, visit www.inside3dprinting.com/seoul

Monday, 25 April 2016 15:18

Inside 3D Printing Paris 2016

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Rising Media, Inc. and 3DR Holdings are partnering with Innoecho’s Innorobo, Europe’s leading summit of the world robotics community, to launch Inside 3D Printing Paris on May 24-26, 2016 at Les Docks de Paris.

The Inside 3D Printing Paris conference program explores 3D innovation in Europe and beyond, covering additive manufacturing applications in surgery & medicine, manufacturing, toy production, aerospace, food, market trends, and more. The program takes place in English and French.

The expo hall, alongside Innorobo, will feature 200 exhibitors from over 35 countries and is expecting 10,000 attendees over the three days.

Confirmed keynote speakers include:

  • John Hornick, Partner, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, L.L.P.
  • Michael Petch, Founder, Black Dog Consulting and Author of 3D Printing: Rise of the Third Industrial Revolution
  • Ian Gibson, Professor of Industrial Design, School of Engineering, Deakin University


Session topics include:

  • 3D Printing Surgical Implants
  • Consumer Segment in 3D Printing
  • How 3D Printing Will Affect the Toys Industry
  • 3D Printing Will Rock the World
  • Design for 3D Printing: Making Things Different


Prices increase on-site, so register in advance for the best price.

For more information or to register, visit: www.inside3dprinting.com/paris

Rising Media, Inc. and 3DR Holdings announced the keynote speakers and preliminary agenda for the Inside 3D Printing conference, taking place at the Sydney Showground in conjunction with Reed Exhibitions’ flagship manufacturing event, National Manufacturing Week.

The Inside 3D Printing Sydney conference program explores 3D innovation in Australia and beyond, covering additive manufacturing applications in medicine, manufacturing, research, product design, and more. The conference will run on May 11-12, 2016, whereas the National Manufacturing Week exhibition hall will remain open May 11-13, 2016.

Confirmed keynote speakers include:

  • Ian Gibson, Professor of Industrial Design, School of Engineering, Deakin University
  • Fred Fischer, Director – Channel Development, Applications, Products, Stratasys Ltd
  • Paul D’Urso, Neurosurgeon, Epworth Healthcare and Founder, Anatomics
  • Professor Gordon Wallace, Executive Director, ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science, University of Wollongong


"Australia is approaching a stage that has been seen in other countries where there is an increasing enthusiasm and appreciation of the benefits of 3D printing in local industry,” said Ian Gibson, Professor of Industrial Design, School of Engineering, Deakin University. He continued, “This conference aims to uncover this enthusiasm and discuss the platforms that are appropriate to this emerging market.”

Session topics for Inside 3D Printing Sydney include:

  • 3D Printing: International Trends and Markets
  • Accelerating the Adoption of Industrial and Commercial Supply Chains
  • The Death of Manufacturing
  • Community Based Personalised Healthcare
  • 3D Printing: Putting the Ability to Create Back in the Hands of the Creative


Prices increase on March 31, so register before to save with early bird pricing.

For more information or to register, visit: www.inside3dprinting.com/sydney

Friday, 26 February 2016 17:25

Inside 3D Printing New York 2016

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Rising Media, Inc. announced the agenda for the Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo, taking place on April 10-12, 2016 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City.

Now in its fourth edition in New York City, Inside 3D Printing is the leading professional 3D printing event worldwide.

The conference program for Inside 3D Printing New York focuses on four key facets of the 3D printing industry, with dedicated tracks covering Business, Manufacturing, Medical, and Metal. Experts in these industries will discuss technological advancements, business challenges, and new applications of additive manufacturing.

These focus areas mark Inside 3D Printing’s strong B2B roots, showcasing its commitment to business and industrial applications of 3D printing.

“The Additive Manufacturing market is refusing to follow the hype curve predictions, as it continues to experience two digit CAGR year after year. A combination of new materials, new technologies, and new applications are driving this exponential growth,” said Hod Lipson, Professor, Columbia University and Inside 3D Printing Conference Chair.

He continued, “This year we tried to create a program that gives attendees a taste of some of these new business models as well as a glimpse of new technologies just around the corner. It’s great to see all the predictions being corrected upwards."

The first five confirmed standalone keynote speakers, include:

  • Magnus René, CEO, Arcam Group
  • Jonathan Jaglom, Chief Executive Officer, MakerBot
  • Terry Wohlers, Principal Consultant and President, Wohlers Associates, Inc.
  • Pete Weijmarshausen, CEO, Shapeways
  • Tyler Benster, General Partner, Asimov Ventures


The event will also feature a keynote panel titled, “The Future of Metal AM: Delivering on the Promise.” Confirmed for the panel are: Geoffrey Doyle, President, FIT West Corp. (Moderator); Ric Fulop, Founder & CEO, Desktop Metal; Winthrop Sheldon, West Region Sales Manager, SLM Solutions; and Terry Wohlers, Principal Consultant and President, Wohlers Associates, Inc.

Inside 3D Printing New York also features a full day of workshops, the Frontier Tech Showdown sponsored by Asimov Ventures, and an exhibit hall with 55+ sponsors and exhibitors.

Inside 3D Printing New York is co-located with Rising Media’s RoboUniverse and Virtual Reality Summit.

Prices increase on March 4, so register before to save with early bird pricing.

Following events earlier this year in Singapore and Düsseldorf, Inside 3D Printing has events confirmed for 2016 in São Paulo, New York, Sydney, Paris, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai, Mumbai, and San Diego.

For more information or to register, visit: www.inside3dprinting.com/new-york

Friday, 19 February 2016 15:06

Inside 3D Printing Düsseldorf 2016

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Inside 3D Printing will be taking place next on February 24 and 25 at the Düsseldorf trade fair grounds together with the METAV, the international trade fair for technologies in metal processing. Inside 3D Printing offers a conference on additive manufacturing covering metals and plastic components. The focus industries of the next conference are aerospace, automobile, tool manufacturing, and medical technology. Through a cooperation with METAV, Inside 3D Printing will deliver educational synergies for the participants while greatly increase the number of visitors to the accompanying exhibition.

Other planned highlights of the event are wearables, i.e. wearable devices connected to the Internet and a range of topics on Industry 4.0 and the "Internet of Things". Dr. Eric Klemp, Commercial Director of the Direct Manufacturing Research Center (DMRC) of the Universität Paderborn and program coordinator of the conference says: "The factory of the future will be much more networked than today and additive manufacturing will be an increasingly important method of manufacture. It will facilitate the integration of an unimaginable intelligence even into the smallest of components. Thanks to 3D printing, even 'smart' products -- from fashionable accessories, to technical tools and aids for the workplace or nursing care -- can be created with a degree of individualisation and personalisation never before possible. We are presenting fascinating, technical presentations and application examples."

Inside 3D Printing was created by Mecklermedia and Rising Media to serve as a forum for professional exchange on a range of topics about additive manufacturing and drew over 3,000 visitors at its premier in 2013 in New York. Since then, the event has been held in nine different cities including New York, Tokyo, Singapore, Santa Clara, Mumbai, and Shanghai. Being presented will be new business opportunities though 3D printing, case examples from companies and the current state of research on the technology. The event producers agreed to a cooperation between Inside 3D Printing and METAV for the German conference last November. All METAV visitors will have access to Inside 3D Printing and the new "Additive Manufacturing Area", an exhibition area, including forum on additive manufacturing processes, which is also being organised by Rising Media.

Inside 3D Printing is aimed at experts, researchers, service providers, manufacturers, merchants, and investors, as well as experts from various industries who want to expand their knowledge about the professional use of 3D printing technologies. The roughly 60 conference sessions will present business opportunities, case examples, and the current state of research on the technology. The companies sharing their experiences at the last event in March included Airbus, Boeing, Cassidian, EDAG, EOS, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Hermle, HP, Materialise, Phoenix Contact and SLM. Over 1,000 participants flocked to the expert presentations each day and exchanged ideas and experiences at the accompanying exhibition with forty exhibitors, sponsors, and conference partners.

Through the integration into the METAV, exhibitors and sponsors of Inside 3D Printing can expect an even greater number of professional visitors and additional attention in the metal-processing industry. They will receive both presence in the technical conference as well as in the Additive Manufacturing Area within the METAV.

Dr. Eric Klemp: "Visitors to Inside 3D Printing are users of additive manufacturing processes, who no longer need an explanation of the basics. Rather, they want to explore both the technical and commercial possibilities that the 3D printing methods have to offer. As the leading technical conference, we are also offering in-depth information on strategies, the latest developments and application of the leading companies and prestigious national and international experts."

For more information or to register, visit: www.inside3dprinting.de/en

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