3D Systems Completes Inaugural World Conference

3D Systems announces today that 400 people from 18 countries attended the unique learning and networking experience at its inaugural World Conference from September 24-27, 2007, in Rock Hill, SC.

With more than 70 educational and networking sessions offered at the World Conference, more than 20 extensive hands-on training sessions, presentations by more than 60 industry leaders, almost 30 comprehensive partner exhibits on display and participation from every major global industry segment, attendees experienced the full range of possibilities and opportunities in 3-D Modeling, Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Manufacturing.

The 3D Systems World Conference kicked off on Tuesday, September 25, with several dynamic keynote speeches. During the three-day conference, 3D Systems unveiled its revolutionary V-Flash Desktop Modeler and attendees saw this fast, compact and affordable modeler in action as it built ready-to-use models within hours. The company also introduced new materials and software products to its current and prospective customers.

Attendees were able to tour 3D Systems' new global headquarters and research and development facility as well as 3D Systems University, its premier training center for 3-D Modeling, Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Manufacturing that is operated by York Technical College.

The next 3D Systems World Conference is scheduled to be held during the week of October 20, 2008.

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