A complete smartphone 3D printed, is that the future!?

The 4th edition of the 3D Printing Electronics Conference will take place on January 24, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

On January 19th, 2016, the 3rd edition of the 3D Printing Electronics Conference was held at High Tech Campus, in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

The conference was successful, attracting over 70 international delegates, and provided great intellectual and social interaction for the participants.

International leading speakers from Neotech AMT, TNO, University of Southampton, DoMicro BV, University of Warwick and Arjowiggins Creative Papers shared their knowledge and views on 3D Printing Electronics.

Find more about the 2016 edition!

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Who should attend?

Decision makers in the industrial value chain from CTO and COO of OEMs to management of (high tech) suppliers and subcontractors, procurement management, design & engineering experts and all other professionals involved in developing electronic products; from product designer to engineer, from product manager to (consumer) electronics manufacturer and from software developer to internet of things system integrator. Anyone who is curious about new technologies and developments in the industry.

Before the event, the registered participants will receive a list with all attendants at the conference.

Fast facts about the importance of 3D Printing Electronics

The industry can now print complex objects in a variety of materials. Although 3D-selfies are grabbing the media headlines at the moment, designers and engineers are already building far more complex, high-tech products. The secret is to combine electronics (such as sensors/switches) as the object is being printed. Costs are much lower when the product is made in a single process, without the need for individual circuit-board assembly.

Although the 3D printed products grew in complexity (multi-material) and in detail, still most products have a single function. As always designers and engineers are looking for more complex and high tech products. Combining functional elements such as electronics (sensors or switches) into a 3D printed product could open up new markets and new applications of products.

The 3D Printing Electronics Conference is focused on these kind of issues. It offers the attendee a platform on the crossroads of science, technology & business in 3D printing electronics. Visit the next edition of the 3D Printing Electronics Conference and seize the opportunity to share knowledge, create new partnerships and network actively.

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