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Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2014 15:19:44 -0800
From: IEEE Computer Society
To: Ruben Safir
Subject: Is 3D Printing for You?
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[IEEE Computer Society]
Is 3D Printing About to Make You Obsolete?
New Date and Venue for Rock Stars of 3D Printing!
March 17, 2015 | Fourth Street Summit, San Jose
Here’s Your Chance to Find Out the Pros and Cons, the Possibilities and
Downsides, the Nitty-Gritty Realities of 3D Printing – including Watching
3D Printing in Action
Save 25% with Early Pricing. Click HERE for details!
Do you really have to think about 3D printing? True, it may impact some
companies, but will it transform yours? Could it save you money? Expand
Decide for yourself at this summit of 3D printing experts who spend one
full day focused on you, your questions, your challenges, your
possibilities. Rock Stars of 3D Printing is a cost-effective way to
evaluate the potential impact of 3D printing on your business – and to
enhance your 3D printing strategy. Click HERE to register
What does MAPI think of the future of 3D printing? You’ll find out here.
Will 3D printing impact medicine and biomedical research? Ask NIH!
This one day, action-packed event includes breakfast, lunch, and cocktails,
so there’s plenty of time for networking and collaboration while you learn
from these Rock Stars! Plus, you’ll see a live demonstration of 3D printing
to help you analyze its potential effect on your business.
* Can you eliminate the physical constraints of manufacturing in favor
of software-defined approaches? Paul Brody, Vice President and Global
Industry Leader of Electronics, IBM, will explore the possibilities.
* 3D printing will impact research as much as manufacturing according
to Terry Yoo, Computer Scientist and Head, 3D Informatics Group,
National Institutes of Health.
* Reimagine the future you live in with Brian David Johnson, Futurist
and Director, Future Casting and Experience Research, Intel.
* The real convergence of the digital and physical worlds and the real
transformational opportunities and radical challenges this presents
is the purview of Prabhjot Singh, Manager, Additive Manufacturing
Lab, GE Global Research.
* Jesse Harrington Au, Chief Maker Advocate, Autodesk talks to you
about the tools now in the hands of young inventors.
* Cliff Waldman, Council Director and Senior Economist, Manufacturers
Alliance for Productivity and Innovation, talks about the potential
of new regional economies that may impact your business directly.
* Does it make sense to worry about intellectual property rights with
3D printing? Brian Gaff, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery, LLC
* Joshua Greenbaum, Analyst, Enterprise Applications Consulting, leads
a panel discussing the future of 3D printing and focuses the
panelists on your questions and concerns.
There’s no better investment you can make in the future of your enterprise
than one day at Rock Stars of 3D Printing.
Right now, you can SAVE 25% if you act fast and take advantage of the early
pricing. Click HERE to see the full agenda and to get
Register for Rock Stars of 3D Printing today.
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