Leading 3D print technology giant, Stratasys, has confirmed participation at InPrint with the launch of the 3D Print Factory, a key feature of the industrial print show which takes place from 8th -10th April 2014, in Hannover, Germany.
The addition of Stratasys as a key sponsor at InPrint represents a ‘real coup’ according to Marcus Timson, Co-Director of InPrint.
“Stratasys are undoubtedly the leaders in the field of 3D print innovation, with a complete portfolio of products from the entry-level printers targeted at the individual designer market for prototyping right up to production systems for parts manufacturing. There is no question that this technology has grabbed the attention of the world and it is clear, within industrial manufacturing, that this print technology continues to add value and performance advantage,” says Timson.
“We are excited to be working with Stratasys to deliver a high quality learning experience that will significantly enrich the event, grabbing the attention of the market, whilst enhancing the visitor value and experience,” he adds.
Co-located with Hannover Messe, the leading event for industrial production, InPrint 2014 will have a unique focus upon industrial print technology for industrial manufacturing.
“The uptake and impact of 3D printing for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing continues to gather pace across a plethora of industry sectors, as product designers and R&D managers discover the multitude of benefits afforded by the technology,” says Eric Bredin, Marketing Director EMEA, Stratasys GmbH.
“A focal point for innovation, the 3D Print Factory will provide visitors with technical and business advice on investing in 3D printing, as well as the varied application opportunities for print production and how the technology can be utilised to maximise ROI within their businesses,” he concludes.