Link3D, RAPID + TCT, AeroDef and 3Dnatives to Host Nonstop Digital Marathon

Event to feature current global initiatives, technology application and thought leadership.

Event to feature current global initiatives, technology application and thought leadership.

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Link3D, RAPID + TCT, AeroDef and 3Dnatives have announced a 26.2-hour Digital Additive Manufacturing Marathon (DAMM) online conference. The online event, accessible regardless of global time zone, will take place on April 27-28. Available worldwide, the event will connect the global additive manufacturing industry to discuss current initiatives, technology application and thought leadership.

“It's more important than ever to stay connected with the community and learn from each other's struggles and successes to overcome these uncertain times,” says Shane Fox, CEO of Link3D. “Link3D's team is stepping up to play our role within the industry by virtually connecting people. We hope this will provide a platform where innovation can grow and problem solving emerges.”

The Digital Additive Manufacturing Marathon will share the experiences, knowledge and leadership of more than 40 additive manufacturing industry leaders, including executives from EOS, APWorks, HP, nTopology, Carbon, GoProto, Mayo Clinic, TÜV SÜD, Velo3D, NASA, Renishaw, NIST, Kennametal, Additive America, Morf3D, Arevo, Tangible Solutions, The Barnes Group Advisors, Wabtec, 9T Labs, Facebook, SLM, Sembcore Marine, DNV GL and more. Virtual networking sessions will take place throughout the event. 

Following theDigital Additive Manufacturing Conference in March, the DAMM will focus on dialogue and collaboration among additive manufacturing communities around the world.

“During these unprecedented times, we have no other choice but to innovate where possible to bring this amazing community together,” says 3Dnatives Chief Business Officer, Filippos Voulpiotis. “Launching #DAMM2020 is proof that nothing will hold our industry back from connecting and collaborating with each other, learning, and of course, continuing to innovate.”

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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