Formnext 2019 will take place at Frankfurt Messe from November 13th to the 16th. The show has now clearly established itself as the premier global event for the additive manufacturing industry.

Over 550 players from the additive manufacturing industry—from startups to multinationals—will come together in Frankfurt to showcase the latest innovations. This year’s event will be the largest formnext to date, spanning over 36,000 square meters.

As one of the official media partners of formnext 2019, 3dpbm will be meeting with show visitors at its booth (Hall 3.0 | Booth A72). Both the editorial and business development teams from its publications 3D Printing Media Network and Replicatore will be present for the entire duration of the show.

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Come to visit 3dpbm at our booth in Hall 3.0 – A72 and get a free 3D printed ice-pop from Pixsweet. Sign up to get a free mini-report from SmarTech Publishing on AM verticals (automotive, aerospace, energy, medical, dental) and materials markets (polymers, metals, ceramics, composites). 

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