The only 3D printer in the world for multiple materials and colours, a high-technology 5-axis milling machine and a 3D printing station for creating large objects will be among the new products presented at ADDIT3D, Spain’s first trade show for 3D and additive manufacturing. This pioneering initiative is set to be the leading event in its sector.
A total of 84 companies working with machinery, industrial applications, materials and research will be taking part in the event’s exhibition area, which is located in Hall 3 at the Bilbao Exhibition Centre. Under the same roof and in just a few moments, major manufacturers and small workshops alike will be able to locate firms that can provide them with the solutions that they need. Furthermore, given the potential for development that marks the sector, exhibitors are open to new ideas, suggestions and proposals, so ADDIT3D is sure to result in highly valuable exchanges leading to new forms of cooperation.
ADDIT3D is also to offer a broad programme of talks and activities, combining information and technical aspects with the presentation of products and innovative applications. These seminars will take place over three days, and will include sessions on such wide-ranging topics as “From additive manufacturing to surgery for correcting bone injuries”, “Additive manufacturing in the aerospace industry: the path to production” and “Development of new formulae for innovative materials for additive manufacturing”, among many others.