Design Terminal, the Hungarian startup center organizes the Budapest 3D Printing Days between 5-7 June for the second time. The 3-day-long event provides a talks, workshops, roundtable discussions by industry experts, a pitch event and exhibition of 30 Central-Eastern Europe-based 3D printing related companies.
The goal of the event is to build bridges between the emerging Central Eastern European 3D printing communities. With the wide variety of topics the organizers try to touch various applications of 3D printing from industrial to desktop usage, opportunities in education and health and more.
The event provides 30 regional exhibitors, 6 workshops, +20 speakers and 3 locations in the heart of Budapest. Beside the local players, most of the exhibitors are coming from various countries of the CEE region, such as the Poland-based Zmorph. Also, there will be some high profile speakers…
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