May 8-11, 2017 | David L. Lawrence Convention Center | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | Exhibits May 9-11

ACCELERATING 3D MANUFACTURING

RAPID + TCT is North America's preeminent event for discovery, innovation, and networking in 3D manufacturing.


MAY 8-11, 2017 | EXHIBITS MAY 9-11

Pittsburgh, PA - David L. Lawrence Convention Center

 

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Keynotes and Panels

OVER 200 EXPERTS. ONE CONFERENCE.

If you want to position your company for success in additive manufacturing, then you need to attend RAPID + TCT 2017, where you'll find the most experienced and influential community in 3D technologies.

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Event Features

  • Workshops

    Workshops

    Choose from several workshops covering concepts that will open your eyes to new manufacturing possibilities and advance your understanding of 3D printing, scanning, and additive manufacturing. The workshops will feature experts in metal additive manufacturing, casting, medical 3D printing, …Read More
  • Tech Briefings

    Tech Briefings

    Familiarize yourself with the fundamentals of additive manufacturing, 3D scanning, and medical 3D printing at the RAPID + TCT Tech Briefings. (Free for RAPID + TCT attendees)   Fundamentals of 3D Scanning/Imaging  Tuesday, May 9 | …Read More
  • RAPID + TCT Kick-off

    RAPID + TCT Kick-off

    Start your RAPID + TCT experience off right with the annual Kick-off. Find out about the latest trends and innovations in the additive manufacturing industry, including can’t miss products and technologies at RAPID + TCT …Read More
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“There’s such a wealth of knowledge at RAPID and most people are willing to share. It’s a great atmosphere and if you can’t find an answer here, I’m not sure one exists.”

Bob Markley, 3rd Dimension

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Thank You to Our 2016 Event Sponsors

PITTSBURGH BRIDGE SCAN

RAPID + TCT partnered with FARO Technologies Inc., Direct Dimensions Inc. and the NextManufacturing Center at Carnegie Mellon University to take the first-ever 3D scan of the Roberto Clemente Bridge.

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