The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) has announced its keynote speakers and schedule for its 2015 Education and Training Conference, in Jacksonville, Florida.
Taking place from 19 – 23 April, the conference is known for being one of the best places to learn more about the practical sides of using the technology,
Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Lonnie Love, analyst Todd Grimm and Legacy Effects’ Jason Lopes are the event’s keynote speakers, while the truly interesting lessons are learned in across the four days of lectures and classes, bookended by an extra two-days of SME-ran certification courses.
AMUG president Mark Barfoot, said: “We have an exciting lineup of keynote speakers, including two returning favorites and one that has gained notoriety for the development of new additive manufacturing technologies and processes.
“These three keynote speakers are internationally recognized, but more importantly, they are passionate about additive manufacturing. That passion will jump start each day of our conference.”
A preliminary agenda can be found here.
The users group conference, now in its 27th year, is open to owners and operators of all 3D printing technologies. To find out more, click here.