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Conference: Additive Manufacturing (3D-printing)

Additive Manufacturing State of the Industry 

Additive manufacturing (3D printing) has an important role in the rapid development of industrial technology. But how does it really work? How far has it come and where is it heading?  Welcome to a conference that provides a unique insight into these questions!

Some of the world’s biggest names in this field will be present to explain the concepts and give you as a conference participant a good picture of the current situation in the world and in Sweden in particular. You will learn about the possibilities and limitations of 3D printing and how you as a subcontractor can successfully meet the challenge of the rapid changes associated with this new technology. Understanding these issues is of key importance, whatever the materials you work with or sectors you deliver to.


A 3D-Printed Future
Terry Wohlers, Principal Consultant and President, Wohlers Associates, Inc., Fort Collins, Colorado,USA

3D Printing: Examining the Myths
Olaf Diegel, Professor of Product Development, Lund University

Opportunities, Chances and Risks – AM for Industrial Use
Dr.-Ing. Eric Klemp, Business Director, Direct Manufacturing Research Center (DMRC), Paderborn University, Germany

The New Game Rules
Mårten Westberg, Research Director, European Institute of Behavioral Analysis, Stockholm


Elmia Subcontractor in co-operation with SVEAT och SWEREA.


Where and when?

The conference will be held at Elmia on November 11, 09:30 to 12:30


Full price:
SEK 1 595

SEK 1 195

Exhibitor Elmia Subcontractor 2014:
SEK 1 195

University student/teacher:
SEK 295

The price includes participation in the conference, morning coffee, lunch and entrance fee to Elmia Subcontractor.The prices are excluding Swedish VAT, 25%

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