Join ENGINEERING.com at the AMUG Users Conference
Kyle Maxey posted on February 13, 2014 |
It’s a can’t-be-missed event.

3d printing, conference, additive manufacturing, 3d Printing

First things first: The event’s name is Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Conference, but don’t think for a moment that it excludes 3D printing. This user-focused conference covers all technologies for all applications.

And that is part of the reason why ENGINEERING.com will be attending the April event in Tucson, Arizona, as a “Gold Sponsor.” The other reason is that we have witnessed the value offered and camaraderie created.  As so many that have attended over the group’s 26-year history have done, we became big believers in and supporters of AMUG.

I’ll be at the AMUG conference, and I’m really looking forward to being a part of the information exchange.  While I am absorbing a ton of great information for future articles, I will be posting the news as it happens. I will also be continuing ENGINEERING.com’s work on gathering stories on how 3D printing is really being used. If you’ll be there and are up for a quick interview, search me out. I want to hear your story.

While I’ll do my best to report on this event, you will really be missing out if that is your only pipeline for AMUG intel. ENGINEERING.com strongly encourages you to attend this event if you are responsible for or close to your company’s 3D printing efforts.

This truly is a unique event with a distinct personality that you’ll find nowhere else. You won’t find any other gathering with a higher concentration of 3D printing experts and skilled practitioners.

So check out AMUG’s website  and really consider attending. I’ll be there — follow me at @3DPrinting3D and look for #AMUG2014 or #AMUG —and hope that you will be there, too.

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