DIA to explore The 4 Dimensions of 3D Printing at Graphics Canada Tradeshow

diaatgc-inThe Digital Imaging Association (DIA) will be hosting a special Breakfast Meeting from 8:30 am to 10 am Friday, April 17 at the Graphics Canada Tradeshow being held at the International Centre, 6900 Airport Road in Mississauga, Ontario. The topic will be a timely one – The 4 Dimensions of 3D Printing. It’s predicted by 3D advocates that this technology will change the nature of commerce, primarily because end users will be able to do much of their own manufacturing. The methods and technology for creating 3D Printing are diverse.

At this session you’ll discover the latest trends within 3D Printing, and what’s required for commercial printers to enter this fast-growing market. The range of products available, current markets investing in 3D Printing, and the skill sets and training required to be successful will be covered. Keynote Guest Speaker will be Russell Doucette of Konica Minolta’s 3D Marketing team. He’ll also detail the technology and the business opportunities available with 3D printing.

Pre-registration with the DIA required

Attendance at the DIA Breakfast includes admission to Graphics Canada. However, you MUST register with the DIA first. Book now to attend this session as DIA officials anticipate a full house. Registration for the Breakfast Meeting is free for the first 100 registrants and $40 per person thereafter. To reserve your spot, please e-mail Marg Macleod at: marg@digitalimagingassoc.ca.



Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.