On Saturday, November 5th, the 3D printing industry in Argentina will meet again to further discuss developments in additive manufacturing in recent months at Interaccion 3D. The congress, free for those who register on the event’s website, will take place at the San Martin Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, offering an intensive day of networking within this technological landscape.
Interacción 3D is organized by Revista I3D, the first specialized magazine covering 3D printing technologies in the Spanish speaking world. The meeting brings together Manufacturers, Service Providers, Educational Institutions, Technological Institutes, entrepreneurs and professionals in various fields such as Industrial Design, Architecture, Medicine, Fashion, Jewelry, Education, and other areas where 3D printing is beginning to have an impact by disrupting and revolutionizing processes.
The event program, starting at 9 am on Saturday, will provide an overview of the state of 3D printing, including technology devices and medical prostheses, a national development focused on 3D metal printing, the use of technology in the construction industry, the development of music instruments with 3D printing , and the process of creating clothing with digital manufacturing, among other topics.
The Argentinian government will also present the MIA Program, a new government program that seeks investments in SMEs through crowdfunding.
During the conference, those interested can visit the Hall with the stands of participating companies. Throughout the day exhibitors will also be able to leverage the space to build new relationships between suppliers and companies interested in the technology. The event is open and free for the technology community in Argentina. Those wishing to participate must register by completing your details here.