Joe DeSimone, founder of Carbon at the CES 2016 3D Printing Conference.
There’s nothing quite like a business trip to Las Vegas to throw yourself straight back into work amidst the post-Christmas slump, but that’s exactly what team TCT will be doing when we head to CES 2017 on 5-8th January.
However glamorous that may sound, it’s all work (and maybe a little play, it is Las Vegas after all) as for the fourth year running the TCT Group will be sponsoring the popular 3D Printing Marketplace and organising the ever-popular 3D Printing Conference track, a full day of insight from today’s leading developers and users of 3D technologies.
The theme of this year’s conference is “3D Printing: Evaluating the Evolution” and aims to explore the reality of how consumers will be affected by 3D printing in the following areas:
- 3D printing for health and fitness: How 3D printing will impact our physical wellbeing
- 3D printing for transport: How 3D printing will help evolve how we move both locally and globally
- 3D printing and the IOT: How 3D Printing will enable a new class of connected devices
From a blue chip super-user, to an Oscar-nominated animation studio, a global sportswear brand and an eclectic mix of innovative tech sessions, the TCT Conference team has created an incredible line-up that demonstrates the many ways in which 3D technologies are impacting consumers.
Check out the full line-up below ...
09:00-09:30: Greg Morris, GE Additive - Disruptive Manufacturing using Additive Technologies
09:30-10:00: Dror Danai, XJET - Redefining Metal Additive Manufacturing
10:15-10:45: Derek Mathers, Worrell - The Feasibility of Westworld: 3D printing for the human body
10:45-11:15: Bill McInnis, Reebok - Next-generation Footwear Manufacturing
11:30-12:00: Dávid Lakatos, Formlabs - What’s new for 3D printing in manufacturing, fabrication and design?
12:00-12:30: Gil Perez, SAP - Presentation topic TBC
13:00-13:30: Alex Fiechter, Local Motors - From Economy of Scale to Economy of Scope: How 3D printing will bring vehicle customization to the masses
13:30-14:00: Brian McLean, LAIKA - 3D Printing At LAIKA: Science, Technology And Stunning Creativity
14:15-14:45: Shashi Jain, Intel - Smart Devices and New Manufacturing Methods
14:45-15:15: Noah Fram-Schwartz, Former Design Lab leader at Google - 3D Printing in the Home: Myth or Truth?
15:30-16:00: Todd Grimm, T.A. Grimm & Associates - 3D Printing Overview, Analysis and Insights
16:00-16:30: Panel Session - Evaluating 3D printing Evolution with Experts
The conference takes place on 6th January at the Sands Expo and Convention Center. Make sure you don't miss out and REGISTER for your conference pass HERE.
Check out last year's speakers in action in our conference archive HERE.