Inside 3D Printing Conference Coming to NYC April 2-4 – Get 15% OFF

Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo is headed back to NYC! Attendees will experience the biggest show yet, with a day of workshops on April 2, the new Maker Summit & Pavilion, more speakers, and bigger exhibitions than ever before.

Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo is headed back to NYC! Attendees will experience the biggest show yet, with a day of workshops on April 2, the new Maker Summit & Pavilion, more speakers, and bigger exhibitions than ever before.


Known as the largest 3D printing event worldwide, Inside 3D Printing has already secured an impressive roster of speakers for the New York show, including Avi Reichental, President and CEO of 3D Systems, Christine Furstoss, Global Technology Director of Manufacturing & Materials Technologies at GE, and Carl Bass, President and CEO of Autodesk. View the full agenda here.
Several exciting new elements have also been added to the New York conference, including a 3D printer giveaway before each morning and afternoon keynote session on April 3 and 4. In addition to the show's B2B programming and exhibits, the Maker Summit & Pavilion will give attendees the chance to delve into the world of 3D printing DIY and design.

Additional dates for the conference are scheduled both in the US and internationally, including an event in Berlin on March 10-11 and one in Sao Paulo on April 16-17. Click here for the full world tour schedule.

We've partnered with Inside 3D Printing NY to offer 15% OFF full conference passes with code RTMRW. Plus, if you register before February 18, you'll save an additional $600 with early bird prices.

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