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Three Things to Know about the Additive Manufacturing Conference

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Well, maybe four things. The first is the date: October 20-21, 2015.The other three key facts are 1. It’s designed exclusively for industrial applications. 2. The acclaimed Oak Ridge National Laboratory will be part of the event. 3. Several presenter slots on the program are still open. Abstracts for consideration are welcome.

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Well, maybe there are four things you should know about the Additive Manufacturing Conference. The first is the date: October 20-21, 2015.The other three key facts are

  1. It’s designed exclusively for industrial applications.
  2. The acclaimed Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) will be part of the event.
  3. Several presenter slots on the program are still open. Abstracts for consideration are welcome.

The Additive Manufacturing Conference is a new edition of the original that debuted at IMTS 2014. The site for the conference is in Knoxville, Tennessee, home to ORNL. The conference will include a facility tour of ORNL, a global leader in advanced manufacturing technologies with a strong commitment to developing cutting edge industrial additive applications.

This technical event is about industrial applications of additive technologies. Specifically, it will cover processes, applications and materials to give you knowledge on how to (or if you should) implement additive in your facility. It is not designed for hobbyists or casual users of 3D printers.

If you have a topic you would like to present at this year's conference, please submit an abstract for consideration. The conference program will be filled with expert technical speakers, but there is room for users with positive, useful experiences to share.

Other event highlights include an opportunity to tour Local Motors’ new facility, which is opening next to ORNL in June of 2015. Local Motors made headlines at IMTS 2014 with its innovative Strati, whose major body components were created directly from a digital design using additive manufacturing technology.

One more thing: Space for the event is limited, so if you're interested in attending or have any questions, please complete this brief pre-registration form. By pre-registering, you will be the first to know when the program is announced and when registration opens.

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