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2/19/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Registration Opens for Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Plastics at Amerimold 2019

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Taking place at Amerimold 2019, the second Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Plastics will cover plastics machinery, materials and processes.


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Registration has opened for the 2019 Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Plastics (AMWP) at Amerimold. The workshop will take place Thursday, June 13.

Curated by editorial staff at Additive Manufacturing Media, Plastics Technology and MoldMaking Technology, the workshop will take a focused look at the machinery, materials and processes being used to produce end-use industrial plastic parts. The workshop will also present practical applications of 3D technologies related to plastics processing.

A discounted early registration period runs through May 11. Registration details and event information is available online at additiveconference.com.

Registration includes:

  • Access to AMWP technical presentations and panel discussions
  • Access to Amerimold’s 200-plus exhibitors and TechTalks educational sessions
  • Entry to Amerimold’s networking reception
  • Conference proceedings after the show
  • Complimentary subscriptions to Additive Manufacturing Media and MoldMaking Technology magazines

Additive Manufacturing Media and Modern Machine Shop Editor-in-Chief Peter Zelinski notes: “Additive technology is creating new options and new opportunities for mold manufacturers and plastics processors. This workshop will include leading additive manufacturing technology suppliers and end-users presenting side by side to discuss those options and explore those opportunities. Hosting the workshop at Amerimold, the industry’s premier die/mold and injection molding tradeshow, delivers added value and added perspective for the event’s participants.”

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