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FESPA and 3DION Brings 3D Printing to Life at FESPA 2015

Tuesday, May 05, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

3D Technologies, live demonstrations and presentations to highlight new business opportunities for FESPA 2015 visitors

FESPA is partnering with non-profit 3D industry initiative, 3DION, to bring the 2D printing and 3D printing industry together at FESPA 2015, which takes place in Cologne, Germany, from 18 - 22 May 2015. As its slogan '2D Printing meets 3D Printing' suggests, visitors will be able to explore the business opportunities of adding 3D to an established print service offering. It also promises to stretch the imagination of anyone interested in this fast growing phenomenon, with live scanning and printing demonstrations as well as regular presentations.

The 3D Print Showcase (Hall 8, Stand A72) will feature a number of 3DION members that offer a wide range of products and services, including 3D industry leader Stratasys, 3D pioneer 3D Systems, entry-level 3D printer manufacturer Makerbot, and Roland DG, the first 2D print manufacturer to enter the 3D market. Antonius Koester will demonstrate three different scanning systems addressing different applications like art, fashion and textile printing, while mein3.de will present a workflow with scanning system and graphics tablet. Furthermore 3DION will feature Adobe, Artec, Botspot, Canto, the Dream Maker Overlord, Voxeljet and its strategic 2D partner Epson.

Sheldon Nazaré of 3DION comments: "The FESPA 3D Print Showcase should be a 'must-see' for every visitor at FESPA 2015, whether it's a printer seriously considering to expand the company's service offering, or someone merely curious about 3D printing and the opportunities it represents. The interest in 3D printing we've seen in the print community over the past year has been incredible, particularly for the automotive, architecture, medicine and prototyping sectors."

"Any print service provider concerned with the future of their business should therefore ensure that they're up to date with 3D printing and what it potentially offers - especially when it comes to prototyping," adds 3DION´s Thomas Meurers. "They will find all of this information on the stand."

Thomas will give his popular presentation '3D Printing - The Limitations lie in your Phantasy' on Friday 22 May at 11.30 in the Education Hub, Hall 8 Stand 890.

For more information on FESPA 2015 and to pre-register your attendance, visit: www.fespa2015.com.

 

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