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Rapidly establishing itself as the major event for 3D printing in Italy, the 3D Print Hub fair in Milan – which this year is going to be part of the larger Technology Hub – has been gaining steam in its effort to bring together pro 3D printing industry operators, both of the national and international industrial landscapes.
Organized by Senaf, the event takes place at Fiera Milano City, Milan’s metropolitan exhibition center, and can be open to a widening selection of high end making technologies, which include drones, IoT and robotics applications, offering visitors an opportunity to network and fid synergies across industrial sectors. 3D printing can play a central role in all these – and several other applications – both as an industrial and very own production version for the digital making workflow.
3D Printing As a Driver for Industrial Growth
The event, set to take place June 7th to the 9th, can capitalize on the over 7,500 visitors and 100 exhibitors of the 2015 version, and works to bring together new companies, fueled by a general growth in SME technological investments, which shows a continuing positive trend. The show can be followed on June 10th by Additive Manufacturing Talks, a day of conferencing with speakers of a few of the many new 3D printing companies in the world.
These include Nano Dimension’s Simon Fried, who can additional detail his company’s new solution for 3D printing electronics, and XJET’s Dror Danai, who can speak of the new solution for 3D printing metals through nano-particle jetting. Maurizio Costabeber, CEO of DWS, can in addition speak of the company’s high-end and inexpensive
SLA 3D printing solutions. Internationally relevant academic experts include Peter Houk of MIT and Glenn Green of University of Michigan, as well ad Dr Giorgia Franchin, of University of Padua.
“The positive results of 3DPrint Hub,” noted Emilio Bianchi, Director of Senaf, “have confirmed once again the huge future which pro 3D printing offers to the whole making world, additional and additional aware of and fascinated by new technological trends.”
The fair itself can include 6 sections, with exhibition spaces, demonstration areas, workshops and conferences, case histories and technical sessions revealing real and practical most practices in the use of high end innovation for industrial production.
3D Printing Apps for Drones and IoT
The new version of 3DPrint Hub can be enriched by Additive Manufacturing Hub, the area dedicated to the manufacturers of technologies, materials and solutions for rapid prototyping and rapid making, where all the news concerning machines, materials and services for rapid prototyping and rapid making can be on stage, offering several application cases which include aerospace, agriculture, environment, architecture, furniture, art, assembling, nautical, medical, dental, cosmetics to toys, motorsport, mechanics, car, style, footwear, and jewelry.
This part can be supported by the new Material Hub area, dedicated to the application of new materials, in particular nanomaterials, ecomaterials and graphene. Other new areas include the Drone, Electronics and IoT hubs. This last one is seen as a particularly strategic section, as a new survey conducted by Politecnico UniversityMilan announced which connected objects were 8 millions, with an increase of 33% compared to the previous year 2013 and a collective market value of 1.55 billion euro. If its sunny summer was not adequate, it appears like Technology Hub is providing a few great adequate reason for a trip to Italy.
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