Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016 showcases latest 3D printing innovations

Final preparations are underway for the first edition of Additive Manufacturing Europe, taking place on 28th – 30th June at RAI Amsterdam.

Final preparations are underway for the first edition of Additive Manufacturing Europe, taking place from 28-30 June at RAI Amsterdam.

The pan-European show will cover all business applications for 3D printing/AM, from prototyping to manufacturing. There will be a particular focus on the medical, aerospace and automotive industries.

Exhibitors include BigRep, EnvisionTEC, Formlabs, Höganäs, Mcor/AGA 3D Color Solutions, Prodways, Smit Röntgen (Philips), Trumpf, UL and Ultimaker. The full ecosystem of AM/3D printing technologies will be on display, including additive manufacturing systems, 3D printers for design/prototyping, materials, finishing solutions and inspection, metrology, scanning and digitising equipment.

A three day conference will run alongside the exhibition, featuring the latest trends and technologies. Each day will be focused on a different sector: healthcare (28th June), aerospace (29th June) and automotive (30th June).

Healthcare topics include customised medical devices, prosthetics and dentistry presented by speakers from Stryker, King’s College Hospital and Dentbay. Other notable speakers include Fokker-GKN Aerospace, Local Motors and the Centre for Advanced Additive Manufacturing (University of Sheffield).

Additive Manufacturing Europe www.amshow-europe.com

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