In a typical year, the Formnext event sees people travel from all over the world to Frankfurt for a four-day showcase, loaded with breakout sessions and networking events, highlighting the latest trends in 3D printing. But due to the recent rise of the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated increase in travel restrictions, this year’s Formnext event moved to a digital platform, and renamed “ Formnext Connect .”
It still managed to maintain its global hotspot aura, as more than 45,000 spectators tuned in to watch lectures, presentations, and visit exhibit booths from leading companies and startups in the additive industry. From November 10 through 12, the virtual event also turned into an ideal platform for unveiling new 3D printing innovations.
Throughout the week, 3DPrint.com has highlighted international product launches, amongst them numerous new materials from Nexa3D , an SLM machine with 12 lasers, as well as post-processing solutions for […]
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