Nottingham, UK – The first speakers have been announced and registration has opened for the 7th International Conference on Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing, Nottingham, England, 10th – 12th July 2012
Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing are becoming a mainstream topic in the popular press, with great examples of medical implants, aerospace components, toys and consumer goods being reported widely by the media. The International Conference on Additive Manufacturing has established itself as the world’s premier conference and networking opportunity dedicated to this exciting manufacturing technology, with internationally leading speakers, technology users and vendors all coming together under one roof each year .
Hosted by the Additive Manufacturing Research Group (AMRG) at Loughborough University (www.lboro.ac.uk/amrg),the conference attracts over 200 delegates from around the world, who come together for 3-days of knowledge transfer and networking, focused on the commercial application and business benefits of 3D Printing and AM. Conference speakers from Boeing in the USA and Toyota Research Labs in Japan are already confirmed, along with speakers from the Jewellery, consumer goods, medical implants and industrial design sectors. Full details of all confirmed speakers to-date can be found on-line at www.am-conference.com
The conference is aimed at industrialists, entrepreneurs, academics and researchers with an interest in AM & 3DP technologies, materials, software and business applications. An AM/3DP technology exhibition will run in parallel to the conference, providing a valuable networking opportunity for delegates. The event will also include the ASTM international standard group meeting on Additive Manufacturing, which is open for all delegates to attend.