Additive manufacturing is a driver for innovation.
The Manufacturer Directors Conference,
Birmingham International Convention Centre – UK
Lucid Director Alistair Williamson will present case study examples of how small and large organisations that embrace additive manufacturing can are better focus on users, consumers and their future employees..
The group of technologies that 3D prints materials, on demand from digital data is relatively mature. As a replacement for existing production methods, many commentators see real limitations to commercial applications.
Used innovatively, additive manufacturing is changing the way businesses work. Entrepreneurs, industrial designers and engineers are creating business models to change traditional product development, production, distribution and marketing.
Convergence and connectivity are the driving forces behind this innovation. These forces not only drive commercial success, but that are engaging more bright young people with the possibility of a future in technology and manufacturing.
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