AM Technology Suppliers and Leading AM Users Anchor the Program.

The first round of speakers and sessions has been announced for the Additive Manufacturing Conference + Expo (AMCE) 2021, October 12-14 in Cincinnati, OH. The three-day event will offer attendees unique ways to connect with leading suppliers, end-users and researchers of industrial applications for additive manufacturing technologies.

“The talent and expertise on display for this year’s technical conference is amazing,” said Justin Combs, Marketing Manager for the AMCE. “We have drawn additive production thought leaders from across the country. Just in these initial speakers we have trailblazers that are leading the charge for what additive technology can do, alongside the next generation of users that are going to push the limits even further.”

Curated by Additive Manufacturing Media Editor-in-Chief, Peter Zelinski, the AMCE conference program includes technical sessions examining design, materials, machinery and applications technology used in additive manufacturing for production. Specific topics include reshoring, power generation, generative design, post-processing, machine learning, architecture and more.

Technical presenters include AM technology suppliers and leading AM users, such as Siemens, EOS, Vertex, Penn State University, HP,  Procter and Gamble and more.

Complete agenda and registration information is available at Direct inquiries can be sent to Justin Combs, Marketing Manager, / 800-950-8020.

About Additive Manufacturing Conference: Presented by Gardner Business Media’s Additive Manufacturing and Modern Machine Shop and, the Additive Manufacturing Conference + Expo is a three-day technical conference, exhibit hall and business networking event focused on the industrial applications of additive technologies for production.

About Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing Media produces a bi-monthly magazine, website, video series and events devoted to industrial applications of 3D printing technology. The focus is on the ways manufacturers are using this technology to make tooling, molds, functional prototypes and end-use production parts in a range of industry sectors.