I’ve been thinking about AMUG’s decision to host their 2021 event in person only a few months from now.
With recently announced changes, two major spring 3D printing events are set to take place in person — but not only in the spring.
Kim Killoran has worked for Stratasys in Marketing for over 12 years, first as a Marketing Specialist for the Dimension 3D printing product line, then with growing responsibilities across all Stratasys products.
A recent discussion on LinkedIn suggests AMUG, the annual additive manufacturing event, should go to a digital format.
Major North American 3D print events face a critical decision in coming days and weeks over coronavirus fears.
There’s a secret issue with the annual AMUG conference, and we have to tell you about it.
The Additive Manufacturing User Group, or AMUG, is quite popular, but now that they’ve ventured into vendor sponsorships, confusion emerges.
Should you attend a 3D printing event? Which one? We examine some of the most notable 3D print trade shows and additive manufacturing conferences.
There’s something 3D printing vendors should know about AMUG.
Come for the blues, stay for the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Conference.