will be back in Tokyo, Japan for their highly regarded series of Business Insight Forums. Taking place at the UDX Conference Center on 29 September, this expert-led Insight Forum will provide you with critical business intelligence and the latest insights into the 3D printing market:
3D Printing: Technologies, Materials, Applications and Opportunities
Tuesday 29 September, morning session
IDTechEx Analysts, Dr Peter Harrop and Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, will address the business and technologies behind the broad set of 3D printing technologies and materials - providing significant market data to allow you to understand this complex landscape. Attendees will leave with a clear, quantified view of the markets, technology assessment and development roadmaps, key player profiles and their strategy for market adoption, with lessons from successes and failures.
3D printing covers a range of technologies based on a number of different physical mechanisms and a diverse set of material types. Since key patents have expired over the last few years there has been a raft of new companies, M&A activity and media attention because 3D printing opens up the opportunity for the introduction of cheap complexity into manufacturing. There has also been big improvements with high performance systems and strong progress with material development to meet end user needs. Attendees will leave with a clear, quantified view of the markets, technology assessment and development roadmaps, key player profiles and their strategy for market adoption, with lessons from success and failures.
Please contact Corinne Jennings, c.jennings@IDTechEx.com
, to find out how to get involved or to register for your Insight Forum place.
IDTechEx will also be hosting the following Insight Forums in Tokyo:
Monday 28 September - Flexible Sensors, Conductive Inks and Stretchable & Textile Electronics / Flexible Displays, Barrier Layers, Batteries
and Transparent Conductive Films
Wednesday 30 September - Electric Vehicles: Land, Water and Air; Hybrid and Pure Electric / Energy Storage: Batteries, Supercapacitors
, Lithium-ion Capacitors
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