3D Print Congress & Exhibition has postponed its Lyon edition from April 5 to 7, 2022, and is offering a new event this autumn in Paris.
With less than four months to go before the event, the health situation leaves us in doubt as to the exact date on which the crisis will be resolved. Like the FIP - France Innovation Plasturgie trade show, which requires long preparation times, 3D Print has decided to put an end to the uncertainty and postpone the 2021 edition until April 2022.
"In recent months, all industries have seen the urgent need to rethink their manufacturing processes and supply chains, with flexibility, performance and reindustrialization as the watchwords. This compelling awareness, coupled with ambitious economic stimulus plans, represents a unique opportunity for the adoption of additive manufacturing as a cutting-edge technology".comments the show organizer.
In response to this urgent need, 3D Print Congress & Exhibition is offering a new event this autumn in Paris to promote these now mature techniques and encourage their adoption.
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