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8/8/2016

Additive Manufacturing Conference Announces Technical Program

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The agenda includes presenters from Autodesk, DMG MORI, Optomec, EOS, Caterpillar and Karma Machining, and Manufacturing.

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The Additive Manufacturing Conference (AMC) 2016, presented by Additive Manufacturing magazine, has announced its complete lineup of technical sessions. The two-day event will offer attendees unique ways to connect with leading suppliers, end-users and researchers of industrial applications of additive manufacturing (AM) technologies.

The AMC program includes 20 technical sessions examining design, material, machinery and applications technology used in metal AM. Specific topics include lightweighting, robotic AM, combined additive/subtractive manufacturing, software and automation.

The conference takes place alongside the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) at Chicago, Illinois’ McCormick Place, September 13 and 14. Registration to the conference includes access to the more than 2,000 exhibiting companies at IMTS.

The conference is dedicated to exploring the ways that additive technologies can be implemented in an industrial setting, offering technical insights on AM technologies past and present, as well as the future impact and potential applications of emerging technologies. In addition to the technical sessions, attendees will have access to the more than 20 sponsors who will be showcased in the exhibit/networking room. 

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