EUREXPO - LYON - FRANCE

3D PRINT LYON

The leading Additive Manufacturing trade show in France

7 editions in Lyon have contributed to promoting 3D printing and enabling the event to come the leading exhibition and congress for the 3D industry.

Discover the latest innovations and solutions in additive manufacturing in live demo on the exhibitors’ stands.

Attend the congress with free access during the 3 days of the exhibition. Meet international multi-market speakers during the 80 conferences and technical workshops. Their testimonies will bring you concrete solutions to experiment and appropriate the technology.

Paris, for new market opportunities
This Parisian location will offer a real complementary opportunity to the whole profession. Easily accessible from all the provinces and major European cities, the capital is home to the headquarters of many large industrial companies and decision-making centres, as well as many companies in a wide range of markets such as design, luxury goods and medical. See you on 19 & 20 October for this 2nd edition.

Key figures

6000 participants
300

exhibitors

100

international speakers

80

conferences & workshops

THE LATEST NEWS

What collaboration marked the year 2022?

The 3D PRINT Trophy 2022 was awarded to the best customer-supplier collaboration for an industrial part integrating additive manufacturing. The Jury rewarded the company JANUS ENGINEERING and its customer Wine & Tools for the realization of a very large mould intended to produce wine tanks. Additive Manufacturing by DED-CLAD® process appeared as an obvious choice as it fully met the complexity of the constraints imposed by the manufacturing of XXL parts.

Discover the 2022 innovation

Congratulations to AEROSINT who won the Best Innovation Award for machine, material, software and process, all categories combined. Multi-Material LPBF: The Powder “Recoater” invented by Aerosint consists of a selective powder deposition system (SPD technology) allowing the deposition of powder pixels on a printing surface. This advance allows different types of materials (metals, ceramics, polymers, etc.) to be deposited precisely and according to the desired pattern on a surface in a single pass to compose a 3D printed part.

A "coup de coeur" innovation

GLASSOMER wins the “Coup de Coeur” award for their project “3D printing of glass”. They have developed their own glass 3D printing technology and are marketing it. It consists of special materials (liquids or solids), called “Glassomer” which are moulded like plastic. Glassomers consist of a high proportion of fine glass powder and a plastic binder. This binder makes the glass behave like a plastic and can be treated as such.

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