RAPID, Accelerating 3D Manufacturing, 9th to 11th May 2017, Pittsburgh, US
RAPID + TCT accelerating 3D manufacturing event details
Date: 9th to 11th May, 2017
Address: David L. Lawrence Convention Center, 1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, USA
Official website: http://www.rapid3devent.com/
RAPID is a global event that places a particular focus on additive manufacturing, looking at product innovations and technology advancements. This year’s RAPID takes a slightly different twist, with SME and Rapid News Publications Ltd, two pioneers in the 3D technology events space, combining together to create the RAPID + TCT event. This will be an annual event, with 2017 being the first year.
They bring together some of the most influential people from around the world within the additive manufacturing space, and show where the future of the industry is heading. This event will feature over 270 hands-on exhibits as well as presentations from over 200 of the industry’s leaders. The total list of exhibitors will be 287.
The organisers from RAPID want only the leading and most cutting-edge technology on display, so attendees can be assured of high-quality products within the following sectors:
- 3D printing
- Additive manufacturing
- 3D scanning
- Metrology and inspection
There are plenty of activities happening over the event, and you can find a full event schedule here. You can also find more on the various purchasing options and ticket options by following this link here.
Some of the equipment, technologies and services that will be getting a particular focus at RAPID 2017 are:
- Additive manufacturing in plastics
- Additive manufacturing in metals
- Molding and
- Various medical services
You can view a full list of featured technologies here.
SPI Lasers at RAPID 2017
With our global brand and cutting edge technology, we’ll be attending RAPID in 2017, and you’ll be able to find us at booth 2229. We’ll be showcasing our high powered range of pulsed and fiber lasers, with a particular focus on their benefits for the additive manufacturing process.
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