3D Print Congress - Exhibition postpones its Lyon edition from April 5 to 7, 2022 and proposes a new appointment this fall in Paris.
With less than four months to go before the event, the health context casts doubt on the exact date of exit from the crisis. Like the FIP - France Innovation Plasturgie show, which generates long preparation times, 3D Print has decided to put an end to the uncertainty and postpones the 2021 edition until April 2022.
"In addition, all industries have seen the urgent need to rethink their manufacturing processes and supply chains in recent months with flexibility, performance and re-industrialisation as their watchwords. This compelling awareness coupled with ambitious economic recovery plans represents a unique opportunity for the adoption of this cutting-edge technology that is additive manufacturing,"commented the show's organizer.
To meet this urgent need, 3D Print Congress - Exhibition is proposing a new appointment this fall in Paris to promote these techniques now mature and promote their adoption.
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