3D Printing Events

There are several important 3D printing events throughout the year where companies can show off and learn about the latest technologies. In this section you will find all 3D Printing Media Network coverage from past events, with the main announcements and exclusive photos from the show floor. In the calendar (at the top of this page’s sidebar) you will also find a list of the most important upcoming events for the global and local 3D printing market. If you have an event that you would like to see featured in this calendar, please send us an email with information and images at info[at]3dpmn.com.


  • Nano Dimension, a leading Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME)/PE (Printed Electronics) provider, established the AME ACADEMY. Nano Dimension will serve as the co-host of the AME Academy sessions, an industry-first educational series that will educate corporate professionals, as well as individuals, about additively manufactured electronics. The AME ACADEMY’s goal is to…

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  • TIPE 3D Printing conference H.C. Starck

    While the AM industry’s online calendar has felt somewhat saturated with virtual conferences and webinars this past year, a new event launched last week has shown that there is indeed room for more. Women in 3D Printing, along with many industry partners and sponsors, hosted AM’s very first event with…

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  • Dyndrite selected its top eight emerging companies in its digital manufacturing industry to present at the Digital Manufacturing Investor Day 2021 (DMID 2021). This is the second time Dyndrite has hosted the event, which is sponsored by HP Tech Ventures. Presentations from each of Dyndrite’s selections occurred on January 19,…

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  • The largest international design competition of its kind for advanced manufacturing is launching for the sixth time and bundles as an innovation monitor for the latest developments in the AM industry. The competition has a special feature in the context of “3DPC & Friends”. The 3D Pioneers Challenge will once…

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  • Additive Technologies—RusAT, an enterprise of TVEL Fuel Company and ROSATOM’s integrator for additive manufacturing business—opened its first RusAT Additive Technologies Center (ATC) at the site of the Moscow Polymetal Plant. ROSATOM’ ATC in Moscow has been created as the first model of a facility combining development, engineering, and manufacturing. It…

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  • TIPE 3D Printing conference H.C. Starck

    TIPE 3D Printing, the additive manufacturing industry’s first virtual event with an all-female panel of speakers is preparing to launch in just a few weeks. The online conference, which will run from January 27 to 28, already has a host of high profile sponsors, including GE Additive, HP, TRUMPF, MatterHackers…

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  • Digital Manufacturing Investor Day (DMID) 2021, hosted by HP Tech Ventures and Dyndrite, is the second annual event that enables emerging technologies in the digital manufacturing industries link with investors. It is a critical time for the manufacturing industry as a whole. While the pandemic shut down in-person events, affecting emerging…

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  • AddUp, Inc., the US subsidiary of AddUp, a global manufacturer of metal 3D printing equipment and supplier of 3D printed parts, will establish its North American headquarters in Blue Ash, Ohio, at the current location of AddUp’s other US subsidiary, BeAM, Inc. AddUp focuses on Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) technology…

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  • A 3D printed perfume bottle prototype, right, and the finished product from L'Oréal

    While 2020 turned out to be a year of disrupted supply chains and lifestyles, working from home drove unexpected digital collaboration and strengthened creativity and innovation. Ultimaker celebrated this collaboration by launching its inaugural Innovators List: a recognition of the most unexpected, game-changing and inspirational uses of 3D printing across…

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  • Wevolver, in partnership with advanced materials company polySpectra, announced Heath Townsend as the winner of the Make it Real 3D Printing Challenge. Townsend, founder of Evol Components, will receive $25,000 worth of additive manufacturing services to realize his company’s idea for a motorbike bracket as a physical product.  The bracket is…

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