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The Business of 3D Printing: Medicine, Dentistry and Metals
February 11–12, 2020
Boston, MA
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Additive Manufacturing Strategies 2020
The Future of 3D Printing

Track One: Medicine and Dentistry

Track Two: Metals (New!)

This must-attend Summit and Exhibition will be back in February 2020 for its third year, with a new conference track covering metals, as well its established coverage of medical/dental 3DP.

This conference will offer over 60 expert speakers, with a special focus this year being on end-user experiences, as well as the vendor, materials company and regulatory perspectives. As always with AMS, attendees will learn the most effective procedures and business opportunities in the critical sectors of 3D printing on which AMS 2020 is focused.

The AMS 2020 Exhibition will give attendees the opportunity to see the latest 3D printing products for metals printing and 3D printing in the medical/dental space, as well as the ability to network with other attendees to exchange experiences and conduct business. The 2019 event, held in Boston, drew attendees from 12 countries and 31 U.S. states. The 2020 event builds on the excitement generated last year and we anticipate even more attendees and a broader geographical coverage.

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Here’s what to expect from AMS 2020:

Medical and Dental:

  • An improved understanding of regulatory requirements affecting 3D printing in medicine and dentistry and how these factors vary internationally
  • Understanding how 3D printing is disrupting supply chains and transforming procedures at hospitals, labs, medical and dental offices
  • The latest on how 3D printing is enabling new procedures in medicine and dentistry
  • An update on the rapidly evolving area of 3D-printed medical and dental materials including biomaterials


Metals

  • A roadmap for the latest trend in metal 3DP: compact metal printers
  • Understanding of the role of hybrid printers in metal additive manufacturing
  • The latest on 3D printing of new kinds of metals including copper, refractory materials, etc.
  • Case studies for metal printing from the aerospace, automotive, oil and gas and other industry sectors
  • An update on the role of post-processing in metals-based additive manufacturing
  • The latest metals service bureau trends


In addition to hearing from practitioners, technologists and vendors, there will be sessions where SmarTech Analysis will present its latest forecasts and intellectual property analysis for medical, dental and metals markets. There will also be plenty of time for attendees to meet, greet and conduct business.


Start up Competition Event

Apply to be a participant in the AMS 2020 startup competition.

Apply here

About the Event
Materials
sciences
VC and
investing
IP and
Legal
Bioprinting
Dental
Medical
Prosthetics and
wearables
C-level
executives
R&D
Investors
Venture
Capitalists
Analysts
Healthcare
providers
Healthcare
professionals
Business
Press
PR & Social Media Reach:

3DPrint.com and SmarTech are two of the leading digital media sites worldwide in the field of additive manufacturing with monthly unique visitor reach in excess of 500,000. Combined these assets have social media followers on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn of an additional 500,000 followers. These assets assure exhibitors of comprehensive outreach. In addition there will be monthly press releases starting in September 2018 covering the names of speakers, the start-up competition and related news about the January 2019 event. Exhibitors are getting global platform coverage for 150 days prior to the start of the event.

January 30, 2019:

Seed stage medical and dental 3D printing are invited to apply to compete for a $15,000 investment from VC fund Asimov Ventures. Winning company will be profiled on 3DPrint.com, the largest 3D printing focused website worldwide.

Apply to be a start up participant and appear before hundreds of investors, VCs, and 3D printing executives.

*Do You Want To Be A Competition Judge?
Feel free to contact us at [email protected] should you desire to be considered as a judge for the competition.

Speakers

To date

Les
Schulich School of Medicine, Western University — Assistant Professor, Restorative Dentistry

Feb 12, 11:25am: Panel: Dental lab experiences with 3D printing

Dr. Aamir
Global Advanced Metals - Senior Research and Development Engineer

Feb 11, 3:05pm: Fireside chat: New metals for additive manufacturing

Stephen
Renishaw — AM Business Development Manager (USA)

Feb 11, 11:35am: Panel: Multilaser Printers

Dr. Gregory
Velo3D — Vice President, Process Engineering

Feb 11, 11:35 am: Panel: Multilaser Printer

Rich
PostProcess - Chief Product Officer

Feb 11, 2:20 pm: Debate: How well does 3D printing perform in the medical market: Beyond cool

Bryan
Materialise — VP Materialise North America

Feb 11, 11:35am: 3D printing in surgical planning and modeling

Scott
SmarTech — Vice President of Research

Feb 11, 9:25am: SmarTech Analysis: Metals forecasts
Feb 11, 10:00am: Medical forecasts and dental forecasts

Lawrence
SmarTech — President

Chairman Metal Track

Dr. Banu
GE Additive - Senior Market Intelligence Leader

Feb 11, 8:40am: Metals Keynote

Laura
EOS - Medical Account Manager of EOS North America

Feb 11, 9:25am: Fireside chat: Emerging trends for 3D printing in healthcare

Mike
Autodesk - Technical Manager, Advanced Consulting

Feb 11, 4:15pm: Panel: Software and Design for Metal AM

Brett
HP - Product Manager Materials: HP metal Jet

Feb 11, 2:20pm: Debate: The future of metals binder jetting

Jeff
Fabric8Labs — Co-Founder & CEO

Feb 11, 10:35am: Hybrid metal printers

John
SmarTech — Senior Analyst

Chairman Medical/Dental Track

Gabi
DSM - Global Leader Healthcare Segment Additive Manufacturing

Feb 12, 2:00 pm: Panel: 3D materials for dental applications

Oleksandra
BASF 3D Printing Solutions — Business Development Manager

Feb 11, 3:05 pm: Fireside chat: New metals for additive manufacturing

Joseph
HSS | Hospital for Special Surgery - Director, Device Development

Feb 11, 3:05 pm: Panel: End user hospitals and clinical experiences

Greg
Markforged - CEO

Feb 11, 10:00am: Fireside chat: Compact metal printers

Justin
Arfona - Founder and CEO

Feb 12, 11:25am: Panel: Dental lab experiences with 3D printing

Neff
Arburg — Head of Plastic Freeforming

Panel: Feb 11, 10:35am: 3D-printing in implants and orthopedics

Franziska
Trumpf, inc - Head of Sales Additive Manufacturing

Feb 12, 11:25am: Machines and materials for metal service bureaus

Roland
Coherent/OR Laser - Product Line Manager

Feb 11, 10:35am: Panel: Hybrid metal printers
Feb 12, 10:45am: Panel: AM dental: Into the dental and oral surgery office

Duncan
Digital Alloys - CEO

Feb 11, 10:35am: Panel: Hybrid Metal and Large Format Printers

Jonah
Desktop Metal — Co-Founder and CTO

Feb 12, 2:00pm: Metal printing in the automotive industry

Amir
5N Plus - Leader Product and Business Development

Feb 11, 3:40pm: Panel: Aluminum and Copper for AM

Ankit
EOS - Manager of Research and Applications Development at EOS North America

Feb 12, 2:00pm: Panel: Metal printing in the automotive industry

Davide
SmarTech — Senior Analyst Europe

Chairman Bioprinting Symposium

Craig
Global Advanced Metals - Vice President – Global Research and Development

Feb 12, 9:05am: Metals Keynote II

Sam
Formlabs — Dental Product Manager

Feb 12, 11:25am: Panel: Dental lab experiences with 3D printing

Bob
Avante Technology — President

Feb 11, 4:15pm: Panel: Regulation of “Additive Medical”

Schedule
February 11, 2020
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February 12, 2020
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Sponsors
Exhibitors

To date

Media Sponsors
Sponsor and Exhibit

For Additional Information

Marilyn Reed

[email protected]

Phone (USA):
(781) 254–1062

Diamond Sponsorship
Only Two Available
$15,000
  • Keynote opportunity (if desired)
  • 10 Complimentary Conference tickets
  • Up to 400 sq. ft. of exhibition space (your choice 20’ x 20’ or smaller)
  • Screen projection loop of company name/logo between session in main conference room
  • Dedicated PR
  • Dedicated social media promotion
  • One lead generation email outreach to attendees
  • A corporate item in the attendee bag (other than a lanyard)

Your logo on:

  • 3DPrint.com home page
  • 3DPrintBoard.com home page
  • Conference home page
  • On event banners
  • Conference program along with company description
Platinum Sponsorship
Only Two Available
$7,500
  • Keynote opportunity (if desired)
  • 5 Complimentary Conference tickets
  • Up to 200 sq. ft. of exhibition space (your choice 10’ x 20’ or smaller)
  • Dedicated PR
  • Dedicated social media promotion
  • A corporate item in the attendee bag (other than a lanyard)

Your logo on:

  • 3DPrint.com home page
  • 3DPrintBoard.com home page
  • Conference home page
  • On event banners
  • Conference program along with company description
Exhibit Space
Standard Booth Space
$3,000
  • 100 sq. ft. of exhibition space (10’ x 10’)
  • 8’ high back pipe and drape, 3’ high side rails, ID sign (7” x 44”)
  • 3 complimentary conference tickets
  • Your logo on conference home page
  • Your logo and company description in the onsite conference program
Start-Up Company Booth Space
$1,800
Companies with product having been released in the last year are eligible
  • 100 sq. ft. of exhibition space (10’ x 10’)
  • 8’ high back pipe and drape, 3’ high side rails, ID sign (7” x 44”)
  • Booth carpet, 6’ skirted table, 2 chairs, and wastebasket
  • 3 complimentary conference tickets
  • Your logo on conference home page
  • Your logo and company description in the onsite conference program
Special Sponsorship

For Additional Information

Marilyn Reed

[email protected]

Phone (USA):
(781) 254–1062

Conference & Hotel Venue
Additive Manufacturing Strategies 2020 takes places at the Seaport World Trade Center in the heart of Boston’s Innovation District. The Innovation District spans approximately 1,000 acres and includes five sub-districts: Fort Point, Seaport, Port, Convention Center, and 100-Acres. It is most commonly known as the South Boston Waterfront or Seaport District and has a rich history that dates to the 19th century. The Seaport District is now one of the most vibrant areas in Boston, and is home to hundreds of walkable businesses, restaurants, stores and museums.

Seaport World Trade Center
1 Seaport Lane Boston, MA 02210
(877) 732–7678

Seaport Boston Hotel

Discounted Room Rate – $179.00, not including tax or fees

Discounted Room Rate Cut-off Date – January 10, 2020

Reserve Your Room Online

Please click here or call the hotel directly at (877) 732–7678, to reserve your sleeping accommodations. You will need to identify yourself as a Additive Manufacturing Strategies conference attendee to receive the discounted room rate with the host hotel. Room availability is limited, so please book early.

Additional Local Hotels

Renaissance Boston
Waterfront Hotel

606 Congress Street
Boston, MA 02210

(617) 338–4111

Westin Boston
Waterfront Hotel

425 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02210

(617) 532–4600

Aloft Boston Seaport Hotel

401-403 D Street
Boston, MA 02210

(617) 338–4111

Yotel Boston

65 Seaport Blvd
Boston, MA 02210

(617) 377–4747

Driving to the Seaport World Trade Center

From Logan International Airport

Follow the signs towards I-90 West – Ted Williams Tunnel. Take the Ted Williams Tunnel to Exit 25. At the top of the ramp proceed straight onto B Street. Follow B Street to the end and take a right onto Seaport Boulevard. The Seaport Boulevard entrance to the Seaport Garage will be on your right.

From the West via I-90

Follow the Massachusetts Turnpike/Interstate 90 East to Exit 25 – South Boston. At the top of the ramp, bear left towards Seaport Boulevard. At the first set of lights, proceed straight onto East Service Road. At the next set of lights, take a right onto Seaport Boulevard. The Seaport Boulevard entrance to the Seaport Garage is located ahead on the right.

From the South via I-93

Heading northbound on I-93 towards Boston, take Exit 20, which will be immediately after Exit 18. Follow the signs to “I-90 East.” Take the first tunnel exit to “South Boston.” At the first set of lights at the top of the ramp, proceed straight onto East Service Road. At the next set of lights, take a right onto Seaport Boulevard. The Seaport Boulevard entrance to the Seaport Garage will be ahead on the right.

From the North via I-93

Heading southbound on Interstate 93 Boston, take Exit 23, Purchase Street and move into the left lane. At the top of the ramp, take a left turn onto the Evelyn Moakley Bridge/Seaport Boulevard. Follow Seaport Boulevard for approximately .8 miles, the Seaport Boulevard entrance to the Seaport Garage will be on the right, after the Seaport Boulevard/B Street intersection.

From the West via Storrow Drive

Take Storrow Drive East to Leverett Circle and follow signs for Interstate 93 South/Logan Airport. Once on Interstate 93 South, follow directions from “Points North”.

Public Transportation to the Seaport World Trade Center

Bus – MBTA Silver Line Waterfront From/To Logan Airport

The MBTA Silver Line Waterfront (SL1) provides service between the WTC (World Trade Center) Station and Logan International Airport terminals every 10 minutes during the weekday and every 15 minutes during the weekend. The Silver Line station is located adjacent to the hotel.


Taxis/Ridesharing

The Boston Convention Center and Seaport Hotel Boston are about 3 miles from Logan Airport. Taxis and ridesharing options such as Uber and Lyft are readily available.


Bus – MBTA Silver Line Waterfront From/To South Station

From South Station, take the Silver Line Waterfront (SL1) to World Trade Center Station. Take the stairs/escalators/elevators to the second level and exit onto World Trade Center Ave. The Seaport Hotel will be ahead on the right.

Parking for the Seaport World Trade Center

Seaport Boston Parking Garage

With valet and self-parking located beneath the hotel, the Seaport garage offers quick and convenient parking for hotel guests and visitors to Boston’s Seaport District. Located on D Street, B Street, Seaport Boulevard, and Congress Street near Liberty Wharf, Fort Point, and City Point areas, the garage provides direct elevator access to the lobbies of Seaport Boston Hotel, Seaport West, and Seaport East. Seaport Boston offers complimentary bicycles in season as well as a station for the Boston Blue Bikes bike sharing system. Avis and Budget rental cars are available on property as well. Guests who arrive for overnight parking in a hybrid or electric vehicle receive one night of complimentary valet parking, courtesy of the hotel. Maximum garage height: 6’10”. More information

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Visiting Boston

With its rich history, diverse neighborhoods, and legacy of arts, culture, and education, Boston has something for everyone.

Check out this guide to visiting Boston

Flying To/From Boston

Boston’s Logan International Airport is approximately 3 miles from the Seaport World Trade Center. More than 40 airlines fly nonstop to Boston’s Logan Airport from more than 100 domestic and international destinations. Travelers have many options getting from Logan and the Seaport World Trade Center.

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