AM for Automotive Workshop Adds Capacity to Meet Demand

The Additive Manufacturing for Automotive Workshop at NAIAS is expanding, adding capacity to meet demand.


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With a week left before the event, the Additive Manufacturing Workshop at the Detroit Auto Show is expanding. Conference organizers announced that, because of the overwhelming response, extra seating is being added to accommodate more attendees.

A dedicated event discussing how additive production is evolving automotive production, the workshop focuses on the intersection of 3D printing and automotive manufacturing. Ford, Siemens, Hackrod, Carbon, Desktop Metal, Renishaw and Sodick headline the program. Topics include full-scale production, industry trends, 3D moldmaking, holistic manufacturing and more.

“The excitement for this event demonstrates how important additive technology has become to the automotive industry,” says Dave Necessary, event director. “We are very happy with the response and expect continued growth as more applications are found.”

This networking and professional development opportunity brings together nearly 40,000 automotive professionals and analysts representing over 2,200 companies from around the world.

Event Details

  • When: Wednesday, January 16, 8 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
  • Where: North American International Auto Show Atrium Stage - Cobo Center (Detroit, Michigan)
  • Cost: $250 (includes ticket to North American International Auto Show Industry Preview)

Register for the workshop here.



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