The Additive Manufacturing Meeting (AMM) 2023 in Wroclaw proved to be an exhilarating experience, showcasing the cutting-edge developments in the realm of 3D printing. Organized by the Politechnika Wrocławska, the science hub of SLS and PBF research in Central and Eastern Europe, this event emerged as a stellar platform for industry professionals, researchers, and innovators.
AMM 2023 facilitated valuable connections with leading companies and dynamic teams dedicated to pushing the boundaries of 3D printing technologies. The diversity of applications, particularly within the biomedical field, left attendees in awe of the advancements on display.
speech at AMM 2023, AP
A notable highlight was the opportunity to engage with forward-thinking research groups, particularly those spearheading the development of special property powders. Our discussions during the event focused on the potential applications of our SpheroNano technology, emphasizing the collaborative spirit driving innovation in the additive manufacturing landscape.
The event underscored the rapid advancements in powder and metal additive manufacturing techniques. As custom-tailored materials for these techniques continue to expand, so do the application areas and business opportunities. The convergence of these elements creates a fertile ground for innovation and growth, setting the stage for the future of additive manufacturing.
Looking ahead, we eagerly anticipate the next edition of the AMM, confident that it will continue to attract attention and participation. The fast-paced evolution of additive manufacturing, coupled with the bespoke materials and expanding application areas, positions AMM as a hotbed of innovation. The future of additive manufacturing has never looked brighter, promising a new era of possibilities and breakthroughs.