3D Printing Event Update: 3D PRINT EXPO-2018 – To be Held in New Delhi, India

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On August 06-07, 2018, the 3D PRINT EXPO-2018 – Industry 4.0 Smart Manufacturing, 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Technology EXPO & Conference will be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India.

Organised by EFS India (EFSI) in association with the PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry (PHDCCI), and supported by the Additive Manufacturing Society of India (AMSI), the 3D PRINT EXPO-2018 is regarded to be one of the largest expos and conferences on 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing organised in India thus far. The first-of-its-kind event will see participation of experts from the domain of 3D printing & Additive Manufacturing, as well as Smart Manufacturing.

In the Expo, experts from the field of additive manufacturing will discuss technologies, talent and start-ups in these segments. On the other hand, the Conference will provide an opportunity to meet the Industry 4.0, Smart Manufacturing, 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Companies and domain experts who will share their perspective on businesses should adopt these technologies. The Conference will have the following agenda:

  • Issues, Challenges and Opportunities in Industry 4.0, Smart Manufacturing & 3D Printing
  • The Future of Industry 4.0, Additive Manufacturing Technology & 3D Printing
  • Unlocking potential of Industry 4.0, 3D Printing & Smart Manufacturing
  • Success Stories / Opportunities for startups in these segments

Some of the additional attractions of the 3D PRINT EXPO-2018 include:

PHDCCI Startup Pavilion: This Startup pavilion will provide an opportunity to start-ups and new entrepreneurs under Start-ups scheme of Government of India to showcase their products and equipment

B2B Meetings: The B2B meetings will be organised with an aim to connect needs of foreign and Indian Sellers/Technology Developers/Innovators where both foreign and Indian Buyers/end-users will get an opportunity to interact with one another in a professional setting

Boot Camp: An important component of the 3D PRINT EXPO-2018 will be a Boot Camp at which, young, budding entrepreneurs participating in the event will receive required guidance and mentorship from experienced mentors about various stages of Start-ups

The registration for exhibitors has already started. More information about the 3D PRINT EXPO-2018 can be found here:

About Organisers:

PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry (PHDCCI): The PHDCCI is a leading Industry Chamber of India. Ever since its inception in 1905, the PHDCCI has been an active participant in the India Growth Story through its Advocacy Role for the Policy Makers and Regulations of the country. With a large membership base of 48000 direct and indirect members, PHDCCI has forged ahead leveraging its legacy with Industry knowledge across 58 industry verticals.

EFS India (EFSI): EFSI provides end-to-end marketing solutions to corporate by creating vibrant market places through trade fairs, road shows, networking events and conferences. The organisation aspire to adapt and evolve with client requirements, adequately integrate social media and create brand creation, virtual market places to further increase the reach of its stakeholders, partners and exhibitors through Trade Fairs.  

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