Fabbaloo Visits Pasadena With 3D Printshow

By on September 2nd, 2015 in Event

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We’re heading to sunny California this week to visit others in the 3D printing industry at the west coast 3D Printshow. 

The event is being held in Pasadena, one of the many suburbs in the busy Los Angeles area on September 11th and 12th. Specifically things take place in over 100,000 square feet of the Pasadena Convention Center, where a number of key companies in the 3D print world will be exhibiting and speaking to the public. 

Three conference tracks will take place, focusing on Business, Design and “Newcomer” topics. A number of talks from notable 3D print speakers will occur in each track. 

A number of innovative 3D printing companies will exhibit their products and services in a huge trade show area. Here you’ll be able to see first hand new equipment and experiment with new 3D print services – or at least see their capabilities by touching printed results. You’ll also be able to ask questions directly to experts from each company, who will be present in company show booths. From Autodesk to Weistek, there will be companies present to discuss all your 3D printing requirements. 

Notable 3D printed art will be displayed along with the artists themselves in many cases. It’s always a treat to discuss 3D printing techniques with artists, who often have created very innovative methods to produce their works. 

And if you have any questions, you can find us stationed at the Knowledge Bar, where you can try and stump the experts. 

If you’re in SoCal and want us to check out something related to 3D printing, give us a shout and perhaps we can pay you a visit.  

A number of ticket combinations are available to permit complete flexibility on your attendance needs, so please hit the link below to find out your best option. 

Via 3D Printshow

By Kerry Stevenson

Kerry Stevenson, aka "General Fabb" has written over 8,000 stories on 3D printing at Fabbaloo since he launched the venture in 2007, with an intention to promote and grow the incredible technology of 3D printing across the world. So far, it seems to be working!