Hundreds of industry professionals will gather Virtually to see the latest industry solutions, discuss prevalent challenges, and share constructive ideas. Register to see the latest developments in 3D Printing, CNC Programming & Machining, 3D Scanning, Inspection and more!
Live Stream from Exhibitors
With over 20 exhibitors on individual Live Streams, attendees can engage directly with specialists through the Live Chat and explore the latest tech. These Live streams will have exhibitors in front of their equipment offerings, as if in a real-life tradeshow.
Educational Sessions and Panels
Over 30 unique Educational Sessions to attend. Take a deep dive into various disciplines and gain insight on real-world practices. We'll have Panel Discussions with Industry Leaders who will discuss challenges, trends, and opportunities for growth.
Aerospace, automotive, medical & healthcare, consumer products, packaging, electronics, fashion, transportation, architecture, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, food & beverage, construction, defense, and more.
Technologies to Discover:
Over 15 3D Printing Educational sessions
3D Printing Panel Discussions on Topology Optimization, Metal 3D and more
Low Cost (Under $120K) Direct Metal Laser Sintering
Industrial Quality SLA 3D Printers (compact and large)
Introduction of the new high-speed Mask SLA
Introduction of the Essentium 10x speed FDM production
Showcase of new FFF printer with PEEK and PEKK soluble support
Low-cost Continuous Carbon Fiber Filament Printer
Multi Jet Fusion for Volume Production
Mastercam 2022 Preview
Options for Proving out your CNC Machine's G-code Program
The Fundamentals of CNC Machining for Engineers
Optimize your mfging process with High Efficiency Machining (HEM) Training
The best kept secret features of Mastercam
Mastercam Post Processors made easy through PostHQ
Why 5-axis is more valuable than you think.
Save programming time with Mastercam's Stock Models, Rest Milling and Opti-rough
Click less to get your Mastercam G-code (FBM, Pro-Drill, Techniques for quick machining)
Is Your Next Rapid Prototyping Machine a CNC?
Scanned Data into Feature Rich CAD
Color Scanning to Color Printing
Selecting our company's first 3D scanner
When to use contact vs. non-contact inspection
Inspect parts in your CNC vs a CMM