Additive Manufacturing Conference 2018 Returns to IMTS
Organized by sister publication Additive Manufacturing, the annual conference highlights industrial uses of 3D printing technology.
Registration is now open for the Additive Manufacturing Conference (AMC 2018), the annual event hosted by Additive Manufacturing, sister publication to Modern Machine Shop. Scheduled for September 11-12, 2018, the event is co-located with the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois.
The hallmark of the AMC is a practical focus on 3D-printing technology and the application of additive manufacturing today, as well as its potential and promise for the future of manufacturing. The conference program is curated by AM’s editors. This year, it covers topics ranging from design strategy for 3D printing to the additive manufacturing of end-use parts at production scale. Speakers hail from Additive Engineering Solutions, Desktop Metal, HP, Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies, Jesse Garant Metrology Center, Penn State, Protolabs, UL and more.
Register for the Additive Manufacturing Conference for access to all AMC technical sessions and conference proceedings, networking opportunities and full access to the IMTS 2018 show floor. For a $100 discount, use the promotion code MMS. Once you’ve registered, follow @learnadditive for updates and use #AMCIMTS to join the conversation.
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