7th International Conference on Additive Manufacturing Technologies

September 7, 2017 to September 8, 2017

LocationAdditive Manufacturing Society of India (AMSI), Bengaluru, India

AMSI educates and promotes the latest developments and applications in Additive Manufacturing Technologies

Additive Manufacturing Society of India (AMSI) is a leading professional body with an objective to promote state-of-the art 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing technology and expand collaborative relations with international organizations in all the aspects of additive manufacturing such as R&D, manufacturing, training and skill development to empower Indias advanced manufacturing technology.

AMSI has a great network and MoUs with global additive manufacturing organizations.

Additive Manufacturing Technologies AM 2017 September, Bangalore, India

The event is open to all manufacturers of additive manufacturing systems /service providers/ 3D Scanning and Digitising, Additive Manufacturing Material Manufacturers and suppliers, Product Design and Development, CAD- Simulation and Modelling, Reverse Engineering and allied software vendors, to showcase their latest products and technology.

AMSI annual event features an exhibition as well as a technical session where national and international industry experts present latest ideas and developments in additive manufacturing technology.

The main feature of the event is a unique exhibitor expo for Additive Manufacturing and allied vendors to showcase their products and services. Participation at AM 2017 exhibition helps to reach your customers and target audience, promote your business and communicate with decision makers.

The AMSI Conference is supported and made possible by the great contributions of sponsors who help us to make the successful annual event. In return, all sponsors and exhibitors are featured and promoted throughout the event among the additive manufacturing technology user group.

Our latest issue is now available to download in PDF format, free of charge.

As well as an extensive AM industry news section, this 120-page issue includes the following exclusive articles and reports:

Oerlikon: Swiss industrial group positions itself as a leading developer of AM components and materials

The 1st Munich Technology Conference: AM is on course for broad industrial use

Combining Metal AM and Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP): Application and process innovations

Costs and considerations when investing in a metal Additive Manufacturing system

Beyond particle size: Exploring the influence of particle shape on metal powder performance

POWDERMET2017: Developments in powder production methods for AM

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Germanys Komet Group, a leading supplier of precision cutting tools, is reported to be using metal Additive Manufacturing technology from Renishaw…

LPW, a manufacturer of metal powders for Additive Manufacturing, will showcase its range of materials at Rapid+TCT, Fort Worth, Texas, USA, April 2…

Altair has announced the release of Inspire 2018 simulation-driven design software. The new software will be made available through Altairs soli…

EOS GmbH has expanded its production capacity and relocated its system manufacturing facilities to a new facility in Maisach-Gerlinden, near Munich…

Geo Kingsbury, a supplier of turnkey metal cutting systems to the UK and Irish manufacturing industry, has announced it is now also offering Additi…

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Volkswagen identifies key areas for metal Additive Manufacturing in automotive applications

Bugatti to trial additively manufactured titanium brake calipers

Boeing and Norsk Titanium recognised for metal additively manufactured structural components

Permanent magnets for electric motors by cold spray Additive Manufacturing

Huisman load tests metal additively manufactured offshore crane hook

Singapore Polytechnic awarded grant for high-speed metal Additive Manufacturing with SPEE3D

German Additive Manufacturing company receives FDA clearance to supply spinal cages to US market

GKN confirms Anne Stevens as Chief Executive amidst plans to separate Aerospace and Automotive businesses

Honeywell Aerospace approves Sintavia for AM of flightworthy parts

Desktop Metal granted patents for separable support layer technology

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