Much of 2020 and 2021 had seen personal and professional relationships strained as lockdowns and governments implemented movement restrictions to help contain the spread of COVID-19.
With these restrictions eased following widespread COVID-19 vaccinations, 3devo is looking forward to rekindling and reinforcing these relationships – as we gather again to celebrate annual industry highlights.
3devo brings out some of our best at three expos in Europe this year, ready to welcome old and new friends, partners, and clients.
Join us at these expos:
September 28-30, 2021
Taking note of the global pandemic, TCT 3Sixty will be providing an extra focus on innovative insights into how to get the best from existing 3D-printing additive technology for adoption at all levels of design, engineering, and manufacturing.
3devo Account Managers Arthur Geremia and Pedro Lima will be present at Stand #G25 on all three days to share insights and help clients gain optimal benefits for operations. In addition, with personal consultations and demonstrations of the best 3devo has to offer.
October 26-28, 2021
ADDIT3D has become a reference point for 3D-printing advances in an extensive range of industries, covering the automotive, aerospace and aeronautics, automotive, and more.
3devo Account Managers Arthur Geremia and Pedro Lima will be present at Stand #C-32, Hall 3, on all three days. Ready for consultations to provide visitors and clients insights into how 3devo can help their businesses better take advantage of 3D-printing solutions.
November 16-19, 2021
As the largest professional additive manufacturing convention globally, Formnext brings together international players, ranging from giants in the aeronautical sector to small start-ups, medical, automotive, and even large chemical groups.
3devo CEO Tim Wesselink, along with Account Managers Arthur Geremia and Pedro Lima will be present on all three days, providing personal interactions with the vast network of existing partners and clients reaching out to foster new lasting relationships.
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