3D Printer World Announces Sold Out, Expanded Exhibit Floor at 3D Printing Industry’s Main Event in Burbank, Jan. 29-31

Sold-out, supersized exhibit floor with more than 100 3D printer models, software, scanners, demos, contests, giveaways, art galleries, education tracks for all user levels and much more at 3D Printer World Expo Burbank Jan. 29-31

3D Printer World Expo 2015 Burbank

January 26, 2015 11:00 AM Eastern Standard Time

BURBANK, Calif.---3D Printer World Burbank, the 3D printing industry's main event, announced today that its exhibit hall is sold out. This year's expo, which takes place Jan. 29-31, was expanded in both length and scope to meet strong business and consumer demand. This year's 3D Printer World highlights include:

Supersized Exhibit Floor & New Attractions

This year's show floor is 30 percent larger than last year, with over 100 commercial, professional and personal 3D printers, 3D scanners and various software, plus several demos and new attractions including a Marvel scanning experience, a visionaries display with unusual 3D prints, new art, the 16' tall Deltabot "Part Daddy" 3D printer, plus a 3D printed guitar, unmanned aerial vehicle and much more.

Keynote Addresses from 3D Printing Industry Visionaries

Keynote presentations by Jordan Brandt, PhD and futurist at Autodesk and Louie Tucci from 3D Systems-Gentle Giant Studios at 10a.m. on Friday, Jan. 30, and Saturday, Jan. 31, respectively. All registrants are welcome to attend.

16 of the World's Best ZBrush Artists to Compete Live in Epic Battle

On Friday, Jan. 30, leading entertainment and gaming artists square off in a LIVE ZBrush Sculpt-Off. Artists from Darkside Game Studios, IronKlad Studios, Bioware, Warner Animation Group, Disney Interactive, DICE LA, Sony, Blizzard, The Mill and Hanger 13, among others, are going head-to-head.

New Visionaries of the Additive Future Display

Our Visionaries display features a UVA with 3D-printed parts, a Valla cosplay suit of armor, an 18th Century-like epergnes, landscapes and artifacts printed from photogrammetry, 3D printed lampshades and ear buds, jewelry, the PLA "s-wall" to an inhabitable structure that snaps together, and much more.

A Dozen Printers Up for Grabs in Random Drawings

A dozen attendees will walk away with from the event with a free desktop 3D printer courtesy of sponsors MakerBot, Airwolf 3D, Deezmaker and Printrbot. Drawings will be held hourly on the show floor.

Amazing 3D-Printed Artwork

This year's art gallery features works from renowned artists Joshua Harker, Gil Bruvel, Kevin Mack, Russ Ogi, Bridgette Mongeon, Paul Liaw and others. See Harker's massive Quixotic Divinity Headdress, Bruvel's The Oracle, Ogi's Japanese Rhinoceros Beetle Armor, and many other beautiful works.

Sandy the Materials Girl

Don't miss Sandy! Airwolf3D's "very own 3D printed girl" will be in the Airwolf3D booth in her custom-fit 3D printed outfit and accessories. Her A.X.I.O.S. Dress was designed by Cameron Williams, and printed in ABS, Wolfbend TPU and TPE materials.

All of these attractions and more, and education and networking opportunities, are on deck this coming Thursday, Friday and Saturday (Jan. 29, 30, 31) as 3D Printer World commences at the Marriott Burbank Convention Center.

For more details and information about ticket packages, visit www.3dprinterworld.com.

About 3D Printer World
3D Printer World Burbank brings together the largest range of 3D printers, technology and professionals ever assembled under one roof. The three-day 3D printing event, which includes exhibits, demonstrations, education tracks, contests, drawings and giveaways, and networking opportunities, takes place Jan. 29-31 at the Marriott Burbank Convention Center. To register, or for more information, visit www.3dprinterworld.com.

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