Additive International summit explores the science behind 3D Printing

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Additive International will celebrate its 14th annual summit this July, kicking off with a session on 9th July that will explore new developments, advances and industry deployments in Additive Manufacturing.

With a focus on large-scale initiatives, presenters at the ‘Future Additive Manufacturing’ day will discuss the very latest in UK science and industrial research supported by funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), Innovate UK and key industry players.

“There continues to be a vibrant community in the UK working on cutting edge research advancing additive manufacturing,” said conference chair Richard Hague. “This year’s pre-conference and full Additive International summit will help to fuel this community, providing a platform for experts from the UK and around the world to share updates, new developments, knowledge, ideas and applications in additive manufacturing.”
The ‘Future Additive Manufacturing’ day takes place on 9 July, followed by the full, two-day Additive International summit on 10-11 July.

Both events will be held at the Nottingham Belfry Hotel alongside an exhibition with stands from a number of organisations demonstrating their technology, analysis, expertise and products that are helping drive development in AM and wider manufacturing industries. Registration is now open for both events here.

Since it began in 2006 Additive International has set itself the task of becoming the premier summit for academic and industrial leaders in Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing.

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