This year, for the fifth edition of Formnext, the event is expecting its biggest show yet, with more than 740 exhibitors already registeredThankfully, with a 35% larger exhibition floor area (over 50,000 square meters), the international AM event can handle the influx.

Every November for the past four years, international players from across the additive manufacturing industry have come together to showcase what is current at the Formnext trade show in Frankfurt, Germany. As the industry has grown, year after year, so too has the industry event.

In addition, for the first time ever, Formnext has named an official partner country for its 2019 expo: the United States. Through the first iteration of its partner country program, Formnext will feature a number of U.S.-centric events at its upcoming trade show in Frankfurt, including a U.S. pavilion, a U.S. theme day and more.

In all, Formnext 2019 will welcome 285 new exhibitors from 29 countries. Out of the newly registered companies, 65% are from outside of Germany, hailing from China, the United States, the UK, Italy, France, Spain and the Netherlands, among others. In total, 34 countries will be represented at the event.

As one of the official media partners of formnext 2019, 3dpbm will be meeting with show visitors at its booth (Hall 11.1 | Booth A41).

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