Inside 3D Printing held in Mumbai on 19 and 20 December 2017

Inside 3D Printing held in Mumbai on 19 and 20 December 2017

The Inside 3D Printing exhibition and networking event took place at the Nehru Centre in Mumbai in December with about 1900 trade visitors. Organized by CNT Expositions and Services, the third edition of the event in Mumbai was strongly supported by Imaginarium, a company that has provided rapid prototyping for over a decade and has become a rapid manufacturing company with the use of 3D additive manufacturing.

Tanmay Shah, of Imaginarium who are described as Lead Patrons of the trade fair and conference, said, “Inside 3D Printing Mumbai has … played a critical role in taking the Indian additive manufacturing market one notch higher every single year. For Imaginarium, the event becomes the most important annual showcase of our work and the road ahead.”

For the first time, Inside 3D Printing had a materials pavilion with exhibitors including Solvay Engineering Plastics, Creomer, Naturtec, Rever Industries and Greenway Tech. The conference sessions opened with keynotes from Autodesk and HP while the knowledge sharing conference track focused on additive manufacturing particularly in the medical industry and another track that discussed metal applications. The next Inside 3D Printing Mumbai show will take place on 19 and 20 December 2018 at the Nehru Centre in Mumbai.

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