|By Business Wire||
|September 1, 2014 12:00 PM EDT||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4trvmb/3d_printing) has announced the addition of the "3D Printing Conference: Eindhoven, The Netherlands - 21st-22nd October, 2014" conference to their offering.
After four very successful events in Eindhoven, The Netherlands and Madrid, Spain, the fifth international 3D Printing Event will take place in Seats2Meet in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, during the Dutch Design Week.
A special program has been developed for professionals who want to learn and/or want to start with 3D printing, but don't know where to start, as the applications for this technology are so broad. With that in mind we have made a selection for you and we have planned four different seminars plus additional workshops, each with its own topic.
The 3D Printing Event contains several activities:
- Seminar: 3D Design Software
- Seminar: 3D Challenges in Law, Regulation and Business
- Workshop: Successful Business Models For 3D Printing
- Masterclass: Design For Additive Manufacturing
- Exhibition Area
Top (inter)national speakers have been selected and invited who will share their experience and vision with the audience.The following seminars are scheduled:
- Speaker to be Announced, Spark, Autodesk Consumer Group
- Remco Katz, co-founder, Printr
- Jesse Kirschner, Founder, Kirschner
- Taavi Kikas, Co-founder, 3DPrinterOS
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4trvmb/3d_printing
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