The International Additive Manufacturing Award (IAMA) recognizes the world’s best innovations in the growing expanse of additive processes in all areas of modern manufacturing. The inaugural award will identify and recognize the premier example of advancement in additive processes and applications, taking into account concept, design, prototype, manufacturing and application impact. Individuals, companies and research institutes are all invited to submit entries.
3D Print Expo is the biggest advanced 3D-printing and scanning technologies exhibition in CIS countries and Easter Europe.
The purpose of the exhibition is to bring together as much experts in 3D printing and scanning technology as possible, as well as interactive services, working with 3D models.The exhibition provides an opportunity to explore the latest trends, and to learn about all the achievements and developments of this unique sphere.
After the first two years 3D Printshow, which organizes three show in London, Paris and New York City, is beginning to stand out as the premiere event for the consumer and professional 3D printing industry. At the last edition, in London, three Italian companies were present as exhibitors: WASP, Sharebot and Kenstrapper. 3D Printshow also organizes an award ceremony that has been referred to as the "Oscars" of 3D Printing.
"Euromold is a World Fair for Moldmaking and Tooling, Design and Application Development established 20 years ago. EuroMold has been oriented towards users in areas such as the automobile, sub- contracting, electric and electronic industries, household appliances, medical devices, consumer goods, air and space travel and leisure and sport.
In addition, it is oriented to companies which provide application development as part of their business, which means everything in one place–the so-called total service provider.
The first EuroMold took place in 1994 with approximately 270 exhibitors in the Hessian state of Wiesbaden.
Shortly thereafter, in 1997, the EuroMold Award – the ""Oscar of product development"" – was awarded for the first time for outstanding technical innovations and application development.
In 2000, the EuroMold expanded its service with a new internet presence and introduced the special topic ""Integrated Tooling Service"".
In the following year, the EuroMold exhibition area grew to 80,000m2 whilst at the same time its internationality steadily grew among exhibitors and visitors alike.
In 2002, the EuroMold took place jointly with the International Trade Fair for Milling Technology, ""turntec"", and provided its visitors with an even broader spectrum of specialised topics.
The exhibition celebrated its10th anniversary in 2003. Because of its broad spectrum of exhibitors, it organised things according to topic for the first time in order to provide a better overview.
In 2007, EuroMold especially promoted young talent in German tooling and forming with its career event ""careers4engineers"". For its 15th anniversary in 2008, the ""Business and Design Area"" was newly launched as a communication platform and received an enthusiastic response. A new hall concept and the new Hall 11 shortened the way to the fair in 2009 and at the same time set a new architectural standard. 2010 saw visitors from the key sectors of automobile and machine engineering as well as a greater number of visitors from the management level. The new exhibition area and the expansion of already existing stands increased the exhibition area by 4.1% the following year. An increase of 12.2% in the rate of first-time exhibitors was seen in 2012. A new special show on the topic of the ""Jewellery Industry"" was also presented. The 2013 edition of EuroMold presented a multitude of innovations, new system applications, products and more special topics such as 3D printing technology, lightweight design, hybrid technology or thermo-forming as well as this year's guest country, Italy. Over 1,100 exhibitors and more than 55,000 specialist visitors are expected."
The 3D Printer World Expo is an American event organized by the editor of 3D Printer World magazine and website. It takes place from January 31st to February 1st 2014 at the Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel & Convention Center.
The leading eCommerce show in the UK. "The Technology and the Consumer of the Future" area of the eCommerce Expo will host a wide variety of advanced eCommerce technologies and show how they are all intertwined in the eShopping experience. Augmented reality, 3D body scanning and Google Glass based tools are used to create the immersive virtual 3D experience, while 3D printing and personalization technologies translate it and transfer the personal digital experience to the real, physical 3D world.
Third in the international exporters ranking, Italy has BI-MU as one of the oldest and most qualified international events dedicated to the Italian machine tools, robot, automation systems and ancillary products industry.
The September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair, organised by UBM Asia, is the most important jewellery marketplace that every serious jeweller and connoisseur cannot afford to miss. Since its launch in 1983, this glittering jewellery event attracts over 52,000 buyers from around the world each year converge on Hong Kong to source a diverse a wide variety of over 3,600 exhibitors from 48 countries and regions that display a wide variety of fine jewellery, pearls, diamonds, gemstones, equipment and services.
Japan has been among the first to embrace consumer 3D printing but for a long time was trailing on industrial additive manufacturing. Things are now changing rapidly and the Inside3DPrinting show is there to help 3D printer producers cater to this growing market.
AMB is the international exhibition for metal-working. The exhibitors present their innovations and further developments in Stuttgart. The focus is on machining and metal-removing machine tools and precision tools. Products and machines from the areas measuring systems and quality assurance, robots, workpiece and tool handling, software, computer systems and peripherals, components, subassemblies and accessories, as well as completely specific applications for diverse industries, are also on show at AMB.
The Chinese event of the Euromold series of manufacturing technology shows is still very much focued on traditional mass manufacturing technologies but things are changing fast and additive technologies are starting to make their way