A networking, educational, and additive manufacturing event comes to Paris

What: 3D PRINT Congress and Exhibition Paris
When: Oct. 20-21, 2021
Where: Palais des Congrès de Paris, 2 Place de la Porte Maillot, Paris

To bring this event in close proximity to the additive manufacturing decision-makers in and around Paris, 3D PRINT Congress and Exhibition is moving its Lyon event to the legendary Parisian venue Palais des Congrès on Oct. 20 to 21. The combination of an immersive exhibition, and a congress gathering savvy professionals, provides a great chance for you to stay in the loop about all the industry news in France.

Whether a beginner or an expert in the field, 3D PRINT Paris is sure to give you a comprehensive view of the latest additive manufacturing trends, materials, and technology. Tailored solutions for different applications from 150 exhibitors and insightful talks from 80 speakers will attract visitors from aeronautics, the automotive and medical industry, construction, jewelry, and watchmaking, to name a few.

Central questions on additive manufacturing will be addressed across 45 conferences and workshops, and, on top of all this, a start-up trophy will be awarded to the most impressive innovation.

While learning about how your business can profit from additive manufacturing and checking out products and developments, head over to meet KREOS, an Artec 3D Gold-Certified partner, who will be demoing two of our industry-first 3D scanners: Artec Eva and Artec Micro. Both of the scanners are exactly the right technology to put you ahead of any competitor!

Light hand-held Artec Eva, based on structured-light technology, is what you need for rapid and accurate scanning of medium-sized objects. From mechanical parts to the human body to furniture, whatever you capture with Eva is perfectly recreated in a digital form, in high resolution, and dazzling color. For very small objects, go for Artec Micro, an extra-precision professional desktop 3D scanner. Easily rendering the most complicated details with up to 10 microns accuracy, Micro is indispensable for quality control, reverse engineering, and medical or dental objects.

Register now so you don’t miss your chance to be a part of this rapidly developing AM community!

Photo: Nicolas Rodet / 3D PRINT Congress and Exhibition Paris