Additive Manufacturing Conference + Expo 2021 Announces Dates, Moves to the Queen City

Additive Manufacturing Media’s leading event for industrial 3D printing will be held October 12-14 in Cincinnati, OH.


Call for Speakers Extended for Additive Manufacturing Conference

The Additive Manufacturing Conference has announced that the call for presentations for the 2020 conference ends May 18. The event will take place September 15-16, 2020 at McCormick Place in Chicago alongside IMTS, North America’s largest manufacturing trade show.


Video: Where Are We Heading with Additive Manufacturing?

Increasing demands for additive end-to-end production processes, machine learning and product customization are driving additive manufacturing forward. Peter Zelinski explains where AM is heading in this video filmed at last year’s Additive Manufacturing Conference.
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2018 Additive Manufacturing Events Seeking Proposals

Manufacturing professionals are invited to submit abstracts for two events: the 3D Printing Workshop at NPE – The Plastics Show and the Additive Manufacturing Conference at IMTS.


Additive Manufacturing November Issue Shares Highlights from AM2016

Read the digital edition for insights from the 2016 Additive Manufacturing Conference and more.

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Five Axis Machining

A broad overview of what first time five-axis machine users will need to think about and also what the newest technology offers to existing users.

Trends in Automotive

What's Next for the Automotive Industry? The Editors of AutoBeat explore the industry's transition to one where automotive manufacturing is safer, simpler, more regulated … and possibly reshored.

Digital Manufacturing

From machine monitoring and machine tool dynamics to out-of-the-box digital tools, discover the digital manufacturing technologies becoming a requirement for competing in the marketplace as well as simplifying and improving businesses.

Practical Approaches to Automation

Automation isn't just useful for large volumes of the same part. Today, it is increasingly being used in machine shops for high-mix, low-volume jobs.