February 2017 will see the premier of a 3D Printing event that is aimed at Turkish and neighbouring companies. The event organized by Deutsche Messe wants to give insights into the latest applications, materials and introductions to the applications.
Rising Media & Deutsche Messe have announced the launch of Inside 3D Printing Istanbul Conference and Additive Manufacturing Area, which forms part of WIN EURASIA Metalworking. The event takes place at Tüyap Fair and Convention Center, Istanbul, 9-12 February next year.
This new event is aimed at facilitating an understanding of the business opportunities and constraints of additive manufacturing technology in modern manufacturing and is designed to serve Turkey and neighbouring regional markets.
A 3D Conference for Experts and Beginners in 3D Printing
Inside 3D Printing Istanbul 2017 will feature two days of conference sessions, as well as a pavilion on the expo floor. The event targets large and medium-sized manufacturing companies, their suppliers and specialist industrial producers.
“With the launch of Inside 3D Printing Istanbul we’re pleased to bring our leading series of additive manufacturing events to the key industrial market of Turkey, along with surrounding markets”, said Matthew Finlay, CEO, Rising Media. “WIN EURASIA attracts 30,000 attendees from across Turkey, CIS, the Middle East and parts of Asia. Many are beginning to explore the potential of additive manufacturing in their industries. We’re also very excited to be partnering with Deutsche Messe, the organizer of the world’s leading industrial technology show.”
The Inside 3D Printing Istanbul conference will boast both local and international experts discussing the latest industrial applications of 3D printing, including recent developments in materials, as well as introductory sessions for those yet to adopt this technology.
The additive manufacturing expo pavilion will host guided tours of delegations of manufacturers from across Turkey as well as groups of international buyers. Exhibitors will therefore be able to demonstrate their technology, explaining its stand-alone benefits, as well as the increasing role in integrated manufacturing processes.