Inside 3D Printing Returns to Singapore with HP & More

After a little over a year, the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo is heading back to Singapore, a tiny island with a huge emerging 3D printing market. From January 27-28 at Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, attendees will be treated to a long list of 3D printing experts and a showroom full of important companies in the industry, representing the Pacific-Asian market and the larger sector as a whole.

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Since Singapore’s last Inside 3DP event, a lot has changed in the 3D printing space and this year’s show reflects it with such new industry players as HP.  Javier Larraz, General Manager of Large Format Design and 3D Printing for Asia Pacific at Hewlett Packard will be there a keynote on the company’s role in the coming 3D printed era.  The General Manager of Southern Asia & Pacific for Stratasys AP, too, will be giving a keynote on timing in the 3D printing market, as will 3D Systems’ Michele Marchesan, Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer. Attendees will also hear from Chua Chee Kai, Director of Nanyang Technical University’s $30 million Additive Manufacturing Centre, who is performing groundbreaking work at the Centre, including bioprinting and industrial AM.

Outside of the lecture halls, the exhibition floor will await attendees with companies new, old, large, small, local, and global.  In addition to global firms like Materialise, UL, and Artec, Inside 3DP Sinagpore will feature local 3D scanning and printing service bureau 3D Hut, 3D printing consortium OneMaker Group, and 3D printing research firm RDP Labs Pte Ltd. Companies from other nearby countries will also be in attendance, such as Korean manufacturer of unique desktop machines Rokit and Eye-2-Eye Communications, which serves Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Malaysia with 3D Systems products.

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There are many more companies lined up for the show, so you may just want to head over to the Inside 3D Printing Singapore page to find out more.  You can also read Rachel Park’s coverage of or watch the promo from last year’s event below to get a better feel for what to expect. Purchase tickets with the code “3DPI” and you’ll get a 10% discount! Make sure to say “hi” to 3DPI co-founders Ari Honka and Eetu Kuneinen, as well as our contributing writer and Nanyang Technical University professor, Phillip Keane.  Tell them Mike sent you and they’ll look a bit confused, sigh, and then mumble, “Oh. Him.”