First Conference of 3D-printing held in Baku

  13 February 2015    Read: 2419
First Conference of 3D-printing held in Baku
The conference devoted to 3D-print "3D Print Conference. Baku" is being held in Baku in the conference hall of the hotel Park Inn.
Submitted by the company Smile-Expo series of 3D printing has already been held in Almaty, Kiev and Moscow.

The conference brings together experts, scientists, researchers and entrepreneurs in the advanced technology of three-dimensional printing and scanning of 3D-technology from Russia, Turkey, Thailand and Azerbaijan.

The program is one of the most revolutionary inventions of our time - 3D-printing involves a speaker who will talk about the effectiveness of the application of innovative technologies in business, as well as a master class. It includes topics such as the role of 3D-printers in the production, use of 3D-technology in order to optimize production on the example of the Russian market, 3D-print for the development of education and children`s art movement DIY: 3D-printer as a key tool, 3D-modeling: from the idea to the finished model, three-dimensional scanning in museum practice, science, anthropometry, and others.

The international team of conference speakers includes professionals such as Anton Vedeshin (Secured 3D Development, USA), Alla Aspidova (Consistent Software Distribution, Russia), Dmitry Postelnik (Autodesk, Russia), Furkan Bagir (3 Dörtgen, Turkey), Tatiana Shagova (PICASO 3D , Russia), Vasily Zakiyev (navigator campus, Russia), Farhad Amirbekov (Baku Interbank Currency Exchange, Azerbaijan), Emil Gansaly (3D PROJECT, Azerbaijan), Alexander Sosnovskikh (Lenincraft, Russia), Lama Nude (Magicpeople Co, Thailand), etc.

The participation in the zone for demonstration of 3D-equipment was confirmed by companies such as 3D Project (Azerbaijan), Inter-Technics (Azerbaijan), Consistent Software Distribution (Russia), Lenincraft (Russia) and PICASO 3D (Russia). Also under this format everyone will have the opportunity to create their own artistic masterpiece with the help of 3D-pen drawing in the space 3Doodler.

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