Largest Professional 3D Printing Event heads to Singapore for 3rd Edition from 26 - 27 Jan 2016

Numerous technology companies including HP and SLM Solutions will be exhibiting and conducting seminar sessions

Singapore, 16 December 2015 - MecklerMedia Corporation (OTCQX: MECK) will host the third edition of Inside 3D Printing in Singapore from 26 to 27 January 2016. Taking place at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, the highly anticipated professional annual event provides attendees access to more than 20 seminars and 30 exhibits across three industries.

3D Printing companies such as HP, SLM Solutions; UCT Additive Manufacturing Center Singapore; Dremel 3D; Engineering Computer Services (ECS); Eye-2-Eye Communications Pte Ltd.; RDP Labs Pte Ltd; and more have come on board to join Singapore's only annual 3D printing event as sponsors, exhibitors as well as to conduct seminars.

Alan Meckler, CEO and Chairman of MecklerMedia, said, "Following successful previous events, we are excited to return to Singapore for an even larger event that will showcase innovation in not one, but three cutting-edge industries that are shaping modern technology. By offering attendees the opportunity to seamlessly explore 3D printing, robotics, and virtual reality at one event, we aim to break down barriers and encourage invention and innovation that highlights these industries' synergies. Inside 3D Printing, alongside RoboUniverse and the Virtual Reality Summit, is the premier disruptive technology event in Singapore."

With an international lineup of speakers and exhibitors, attendees will discover plenty of networking and business opportunities, as well as explore various seminar topics across the two days.

Representatives from HP will lead a seminar on the disruptive potential of 3D printing and additive manufacturing, providing an in-depth look at the possible global impact as well as HP's role in the industry.

Earlier this September, NASDAQ-listed Ultra Clean Holdings (UCT) opened the largest Southeast Asian commercial 3D printing facility in Singapore, while SPRING Singapore and the National Research Foundation announced the launch of the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster at TechInnovation 2015. The latter will aid firms in the development of their 3D printing capabilities and substantiate Singapore's move towards becoming a big player in the 3D printing industry. With research organisations around Singapore also highlighting that the country has the potential to make its mark in bioprinting, 3D printing in Singapore is one to watch out for.

Inside 3D Printing is Singapore's only annual 3D printing event, as well as Asia Pacific's leading 3D printing trade show. This 2016, Inside 3D Printing co-locates with the Virtual Reality Summit and the inaugural RoboUniverse - the first global trade show series catering to the service robotics industry, giving all attendees the access to three exhibit halls and seminars.

Those wishing to attend are encouraged to register in advance to enjoy special rates.

Group discounts are also available for groups of 10 or more.

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