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AMW 2022

 

Meet us at Australia Manufacturing Week 2022, the live on-site event being held in Sydney for additive manufacturing and industrial 3D printing! Register to attend and book your appointment with one of our 3D Printing experts. Plenty of special offers available at the show. But only if you visit our stand. We are waiting for you at Stand AM30. See for your yourself how technologies from Stratasys, GE Additive, Lithoz, Artec3D and Materialise are redefining the world of 3D printing by improving efficiency and creating new possibilities across multiple industries.

Admission:

 

Admission is free to trade personnel. Students or children under the age of 14 will not be admitted unless accompanied by an adult. Student groups are permitted entry with the prior approval of the organisers.

When:

 

Tuesday 7 June 2022 | 10am – 5pm
Wednesday 8 June 2022 | 10am – 5pm
Thursday 9 June 2022 | 10am – 7pm
Friday 10 June 2022 | 10am – 4pm

Where:

 

ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour
14 Darling Drive, Sydney NSW 2000

Book a Stand Visit

 

Visit our stand by booking your personal tour in advance, where you will discover Stratasys’ innovations with the largest-ever product line-up including the new H350, J35 Pro, F370 and Makerbot Method X. Other 3D Printing technologies including Metal from GE Additive and Ceramics from Lithoz as well as Artec 3D scanners and Materialise 3D Printing software will also be on offer. Explore the wide-ranging solutions that address a full product value chain and unlimited possibilities of additive manufacturing from prototyping to production. Discover how our 3D printing technologies will enable you to create fast, detailed prototypes or how easily you can produce accurate models and achieve complex shapes with the widest variety of colors and materials in a single step for unbeatable efficiency. Have a closer look at the recently announced technologies that provide a genuine and much sought-after thrust for manufacturers seeking production-level throughput, increased part quality and larger part size.

Technology Highlights

SAF™ Powered Stratasys H350

Built for demanding industries.

Additive manufacturing has seen growth in demand for products with pandemic-proof supply chains, shorter design-to-part cycles, and reduced-spare-part inventory. Commercial equipment, consumer goods, automotive, and transportation are some of the industries demanding equipment that fulfills their production needs. H350 is the additive manufacturing solution with the control that customers need to deliver the consistency, accuracy, and competitive cost that these markets demand.

Programmable PhotoPolymerization P3™ Powered Stratasys Origin One

Next-level part production starts here.

A transformative 3D printer enabling mass production of end-use parts in a diverse range of high-performance materials. Achieve industry-leading accuracy, consistency, detail, and throughput with the P3™ Programmable Photopolymerization technology. From biocompatible medical devices to aerospace-grade components and everything in between, Origin One enables breakthrough production applications. Get ready for a new era of 3D printing.

PolyJet Powered Stratasys J35 Pro

The affordable multi-material desktop 3D Printer.

Supporting different engineering and design needs during various stages of the product development cycle can be challenging. Built for a wide range of industries, including consumer electronics, education, automotive, aerospace and medical devices, the J35 Pro 3D printer is able to produce models, parts and prototypes that meet your needs.

Stratasys Powered Makerbot Method X

Entry Level Industrial 3D Printer

The MakerBot METHOD X Manufacturing Workstation is engineered from the ground up to print real, manufacturing-grade materials like ABS, PETG ESD, TOUGH, ABS CARBON, POLYMAX PC and more including ABS RapidRinse soluble support with unprecedented dimensional accuracy.

Other Highlights

Direct Metal Laser Sintering

Concept Laser from GE Additive
GE Additive is a world leader in metal additive design and manufacturing, a pioneering process that has the power and potential to transform businesses.

Lithography-based Ceramic 3D Printers

Lithoz GmbH
Lithoz is the world market and technology leader for 3D printers, materials and solutions for the industrial production of high-performance ceramics.

Industrial & Professional 3D Scanners

Artec 3D
Artec 3D develops and manufactures innovative professional 3D scanning solutions used in industrial design and manufacturing, healthcare, science and education, heritage digitisation, CGI and more. Demos available at the show.

Additive Manufacturing Software

Materialise
Materialise provides software solutions for the healthcare, automotive, aerospace, consumer goods, and art and design industry.

Meet our Experts

 

Our experts are available for in-depth, face-to-face meetings where they will provide details of our latest innovations, product portfolio and customer success stories. Don’t miss out on this opportunity; book your personal meeting today while slots are still available.

Peter Janusik

National Sales Manager
Metal and Ceramic Technologies

Grant Summers

Business Dev. Manager
(VIC, TAS, SA, WA)

Thermoplastic Technologies & 3D Scanners

Ash Bahl

Business Dev. Manager
(NSW , QLD, ACT, NT)

Thermoplastic Technologies & 3D Scanners

Paul Porter

3D Parts Manager
3D Printing Bureau Service

Lim Mun Chun

Business Dev. Manager (ANZ)
Materialise AM Software

We Are Here

 

This map will direct you straight to us at the Sydney International Convention Centre, Stand AM30.
See you there!

Stand AM30

Who should attend?

Corporate Executives

Business Owners

Product Designers

Research & Development Professionals

Design Engineers / Industrial Designers

Manufacturing Engineers / Manager

Anyone interested in utilising additive manufacturing technologies to streamline design and production, reduce time to market, and build more efficient products and operations.

Why Attend:

Learn from industry leaders and get direct access to technology thought leaders and expert advice

Hear first-hand what is working today and will work in the future

Make new connections and build relationships with partners and peers

Stay up-to-date on new techniques and future academic research

Network and interact with industry leaders and manufacturing peers