Our conference is all about AM academic and industry experts getting together to share their knowledge and ideas. We provide the setting for both new and experienced users of AM to keep in touch and stay up to date with the latest developments in AM, to enhance commercial success and explore new avenues of research.
Listen to both sides of the story: the successes and challenges of leading technology adopters giving a balanced view of the industry, cutting right through the hype.
Find out about current state-of-the-art research, as each carefully selected speaker addresses different issues facing the evolving AM world.
The parallel exhibition features a select number of organisations whose technology, analysis, expertise and products continue to help drive development in Additive Manufacturing, 3D printing and wider manufacturing industries.
Come and strengthen your network in a relaxed environment, with all conference activities and accommodation under one roof.
Below is a list of the speakers for this event. Keep checking back as new speakers are being added constantly.
Anthony Rollett - Carnegie Mellon University
Advances in Synchrotron-Based High-Speed x-ray Imaging and Diffraction of Additive Manufacturing Processes.
Daniel Revier - Printed Electronics
More than Moore’s Law: Innovation in the Semiconductor World with Additive Manufacturing.
Dimitris Katsanis - METRON Advanced Equipment Ltd
Additively Manufactured Ti parts for high performance bicycles by EBM
Marek Korda - Leonardo MW Ltd
Development of AM Components for Laser Systems in the Defence Industry.
Maxim Shusteff - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Volumetric Ultra-rapid 3D Fabrication by Holographic Photopolymer Lithography
Michael McAlpine - The University of Minnesota
Bioengineering and 3D Printing Hybrid Materials for “Smart Prosthetics” and Biointegrated Devices
Neil Hopkinson - Xaar
High Speed Sintering: A low cost, high volume Additive Manufacturing technology
Samantha O'Callaghan - Johnson Matthey
Binder Jet Ceramic Additive Manufacturing in Johnson Matthey.