Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo, the largest professional 3D printing event worldwide, will be returning to the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre on 27 and 28 January 2015. Expect to see more than 1,500 attendees and 20 exhibiting organisations for the event, including top 3D printing companies such as Stratasys, Materialise and UL.
The conference will feature keynotes and seminars hosted by both local and international experts such as:
Prof. Chua Chee Kai, Director, NTU Additive Manufacturing Centre.
Ian Gibson, Professor of Industrial Design, School of Engineering, Deakin University.
Fan Mingwei, Director and Co-Founder, Bio3D Technologies.
Allen Tan, Director, Golden West Design Lab, Phnom Penh.
View the full list of speakers here.
Geeks In Cambodia caught up with Allen from Golden West Design Lab, to discuss more about 3D printing and explore what he will be sharing at the conference.
Allen’s session during the conference, Explosive Development: Iterating Beyond Conventions, will touch on using 3D printing as a primary means of manufacturing. This means using the technology to create items that are of utility, apart from cosmetic items like iPhone cases.
He will be speaking about how he and his team have used 3D Printing in Cambodia to stay competitive in manufacturing, something that people around the world still have speculations about. Learn how 3D printing can be used in the developing world, to give those in the provinces increased access to products they could never obtain.
So why should Cambodians attend the event? Allen mentions that the conference is great for making connections, collaborating and sharing information. You can definitely gain much insights and see where the industry is going from the cutting edge technology displayed.
You can find out more about Golden West and their AOTM (Advanced Ordnance Teaching Materials) program in our previous interview here.
Interested in attending? Get 10% off Full Conference Passes an exclusive discount code: GEEKS. Register here!