The Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo 2015 (Inside 3D Printing for short), which provides a plethora of recent global state-of-the-art 3D printing technology, ended with great success on Friday, June 26.
The exhibition showcased various types of 3D printers. They included products that are developed with 100 percent domestic technology to global ones that possess only the best features and special functions. People from both the 3D industry and the general public packed the exhibition hall to see an array of 3D printing demonstrations.
The event provided an opportunity to test products that produce household items, industrial components, and artistic objects. The potential of these 3D printers is sky-high.
The event consisted of an international conference with leading experts from the 3D printing industry, and exhibition halls for the most recent 3D printers and services.
About 70 companies participated in the exhibition, including outstanding international firms like Stratasys of the U.S., MCor Technologies of Ireland, and SLM Solutions of Germany. Leading domestic companies included Rokit, Daelim chemical, Hephzibah, HDC, TPC Mechatronics, and Anatz.
The conference dealt with the application of additive manufacturing, which possesses high industrial and commercial demand from various fields, such as high-speed prototyping, medicine, automobile, and software. Experts from those fields discussed the future direction of the 3D printing industry.
Nearly 10,000 officially registered people from more than 15 countries -- including China, the U.S., Japan, and European nations -- visited the exhibition.
According to a survey conducted after the event, about 90 percent of the participating companies were more satisfied with the event than on average. Also, over 90 percent of the companies responded that they are considering taking part in the event next year.
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