The second TIPE conference on 3D printing will be held in January 2022 » 3D Printing Media Network


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After a successful inaugural edition last year, TIP 3D printing, the AM industry’s premier all-female speaker event, is gearing up to launch its second edition. The virtual event will span three days, January 18-20, 2022, and will bring together speakers and guests from around the world to discuss the state of AM with a focus on women in the industry.

While the scope of TIPE 3D printing is broad, looking at every corner of AM where women work and shape the industry, it focuses on a few key areas, what the organizers call the TIPE Pillars. : technology, industry, people and economy. Like last year, there will also be a fifth category specifically geared towards young people. This year, the online event will also include a job fair.

Nora Touré, founder of Women in 3D Printing

“With a mission to ‘Promote, Support and Inspire Women Using Additive Manufacturing Technologies’, Women in 3D Printing seeks to foster a more diverse industry,” says Nora Toure, Founder of Women in 3D Printing. “In six years of existence, Women in 3D Printing has managed to grow from a simple blog to one of the largest additive manufacturing communities in the world, with more than 75 chapters in 30 countries. The TIPE 3D Printing Conference is designed by and for this community of over 23,000 people and offers an inspiring all-female program of speakers during a 3-day global conference, including a career fair. TIPS | 2022 welcomes everyone and we certainly hope to see you at the 2nd edition of this global virtual annual meeting which is now becoming a Movement.

Currently, the Women in 3D Printing TIPE conference is looking for speakers for the upcoming event. Interested persons can send an application to the organizers before November 30, 2021 for review. There are also several sponsorship and volunteer opportunities with TIPE 3D Printing. Those interested in attending the event, which welcomed more than 1,600 attendees last year, can now Register for the free three-day virtual conference.

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