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1/31/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

2019 Additive Manufacturing Conference Issues Call for Speakers

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Abstracts from potential speakers for the 2019 Additive Manufacturing Conference are now being accepted on subjects relating to applications and advances in additive production.

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The call for speakers has opened for the 2019 Additive Manufacturing Conference, taking place August 27-29 in Austin, Texas. The newly expanded event focuses on industrial applications of 3D printing technologies for making functional components and end-use parts.

“Our growth has come in large part because of the knowledge, quality and insight of our speakers and presenters,” says Peter Zelinski, content director for the conference. “As we expand the conference this year, we’ll keep our focus on carefully building a valuable conference program addressing important aspects of AM.”

Additive Manufacturing Conference attendees represent companies ranging from multinational OEMs to independent contract manufacturers; from aerospace to medical to consumer products producers; and attendees including business owners, executives and engineers. The one commonality is their interest in evolving their application of industrial additive manufacturing technologies.

Suggested presentation topics include:

  • Application success stories
  • Unique applications
  • Software
  • Design impact on AM (and vice versa)
  • Organizational changes resulting from success with AM
  • Production via additive manufacturing

Speakers receive a complimentary pass to the conference, access to the exhibit hall, download of the proceedings after the event and an invitation to all networking activities, including the grand reception.

The deadline for papers is April 19, 2019. Abstracts should be 200 to 300 words and can be submitted online here.

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