3D Systems Posts Packed Agenda for World Conference

3D Systems has posted a packed agenda with exciting classes and extensive hands-on training sessions, dynamic presenters ready to educate and inspire, comprehensive exhibits and plenty of valuable networking opportunities at the 3D Systems Users' World Conference from September 24 -27 in Rock Hill, S.C.

The agenda, posted at the conferenceWeb sitecovers every major global industry segment, with presentations by world-wide leaders in the aerospace, architecture, automotive, consumer goods and medical industries. The company plans to discuss its vision for the future of its technology and its anticipated applications, share the latest information on its new products and unveil its revolutionary V-Flash Desktop Modeler at this event.

Sharing a common vision and passion to transform the way 3D Systems designs, develops and manufactures new products, conference attendees will benefit from a truly interactive, sharing environment where they can network and learn about the latest techniques, applications, case studies and technologies that will provide their companies a competitive edge. Free for qualified attendees, it is the only conference in the industry to include numerous technology platforms, true hands-on training in state-of-the-art labs and a network of global users so everyone from product designers and engineers to seasoned 3D Systems machine users will leave the conference more knowledgeable, better equipped and more inspired to innovate.

3D Systems has assembled a comprehensive conference agenda for global designers and engineers looking for state-of-the-art solutions, current machine users seeking the latest tips and tricks for maximum performance of their systems, service providers aspiring to acquire leading-edge application and manufacturing know-how, and complementary solution partners desiring to educate on the most advanced design to manufacturing tools available today. The educational, hands-on training and networking opportunities will leave conference participants with exclusive tips of the trade and experience to do their jobs better. Unique entertainment venues will provide networking and knowledge exchange opportunities.

Keynote speakers include representatives of Honda automotive who will present digital product development, SC Johnson on cutting prototype turnaround times and Nestle Switzerland sharing some of their packaging development expertise. Bell Helicopter will share its voyage into rapid manufacturing, and 3M will present its path to digital manufacturing for dental applications.

Product designers, engineers and architects will gain access to new design and software products and tips, as well as the latest on surface finish and part quality, some of the topics include:
Getting the most out of your RP investment;
From art to part, making design a reality;
The process of reverse engineering;
Success starts with a good file.

Experienced 3D Systems users will benefit from hands-on training on a variety of topics, including post-processing, build set-up tricks and system tuning for maximum performance, at 3D Systems University and 3D Systems' new, state-of-the-art global headquarters.

For qualified attendees, there is no conference or registration fee, and 3D Systems will pay for food, in-town transportation and entertainment.

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