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1/7/2019

Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive at NAIAS 2019

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The Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive is the only additive manufacturing focused technical event taking place at this year’s North American International Auto Show.

The Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive is the only additive manufacturing focused technical event taking place at this year’s North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). The workshop will be held on Wednesday, January 16th, 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM, at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan.

Increasing need for lightweighting, fuel efficiency, cost reduction and a push toward hybrid vehicles have brought 3D production technology to the forefront of automotive manufacturing. This new workshop takes a deep dive into how OEMs are using additive technology to stay ahead of the curve.

Presented by Automotive Design & Production and Additive Manufacturing Media, the Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive is an exclusive chance to connect with the largest concentration of top automotive and technology executives, designers, engineers and thought leaders. Register today.

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