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TIPE Conference 2021: New 3D Printing Technologies, Applications and Startups

TIPE Conference 2021: New 3D Printing Technologies, Applications and Startups

Written by David

February 9, 2021


From engineering professionals to CEOs and women in academia, female professionals in the additive manufacturing (AM) industry are building, promoting, and identifying innovative solutions to move 3D printing technology forward.


The global organization Women in 3D Printing (Wi3DP) hosted the first-ever TIPE 3D Printing conference to share experiences and empower other women in the workforce. Built by and for a community of over 10,000 women, the two-day virtual event featured an inspirational, all-female speaker agenda.


From January 27 through 28, 2021, the TIPE conference became a disruptive platform, setting a pioneering precedent for future events by focusing on diverse workforces and how they can accelerate the growth and maturation of the 3D printing industry. Over 1,600 attendees heard from 147 participants discussing new devices, software, materials, processes, and advances shaping the industry. From women in big corporations and early-stage startups, executives in industry giants like GE Additive , Boeing , and EOS , to entrepreneurs behind successful AM-related brands, including The Digital Patisserie and Thinking Huts . More than 80 presentations in five expert-driven tracks: technology, industry, people, economics, and youth, proved enlightening. Business representatives from Xerox , Fabrisonic , and VELO3D described how their technologies could improve manufacturing […]

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