Future Tech - 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing International Conference 2014

Published 30 June 2014

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: engineering, prototype, 3d printing, rapid prototyping, manufacture

The 2014 edition is sure to throw up some exciting developments in 3D printing

Taking place on 8 - 9 July is the UK’s definitive conference for 3D printing - the 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing International Conference - and while some feel it lacks for colourful fluff that adorns most other tech events, it is strictly at the business end.

For us, because we actually care about the direction in which the technology is moving, it influences the way in which we view the coming glut of 3D printing developments for designers, and be assured that everyone there speaks their mind.

There’s a great speaker line-up, and although we expect to have a lot of the science-laden banter making us feel like we brought a MA knife to a EngD gunfight, the likes of Phillips, BMW and enough cutting edge university research means something impressive is about to go off.

For the full line-up and details to grab yourself a last minute attendance then check out the details here, otherwise we’ll be bringing you the biggest news from the day across the blog and our Twitter feed.

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