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RAPID + TCT 2022 Returns to Detroit

RAPID + TCT will take place May 17-19 in Huntington Place in Detroit. The event offers a large collection of 3D printing technologies and insights from experts in the industry who will present solutions to real-world challenges.

Each year at RAPID + TCT, exhibitors reveal groundbreaking products, and this year will include over 300 hands-on exhibits showcasing real-world additive manufacturing (AM) solutions. The conference lineup is categorized around three key stages of the AM journey: evaluation, adoption and optimization. Guests will have access to an extensive lineup of programming highlighting AM applications in a variety of industries, including automotive, healthcare, aerospace and more.

The event will open daily with a featured keynote presentation, along with thought-leadership panels and interactive presentations on AM trends, challenges, advancements and the societal impact of 3D technologies throughout the three-day event.

RAPID + TCT 2022 also offers an immersive Digital Experience where attendees can participate and access exclusive digital content, livestreaming and industry resources from speakers and exhibitors. The Digital Experience serves as the primary platform for gathering and connecting members of the AM community whether or not they are on-site at the event. Content will be available remotely at all times throughout the event.

Taking place concurrently with RAPID + TCT 2022 will be SME's Bright Minds program that includes a Student Summit and the AM Career Forum. The program will include a Technology Playground designed to engage high school students with 3D printing technologies by delivering student-centric programming with demonstrations and activities from leading AM solution providers. The AM Career Forum has two components: one level for high school students to explore different universities, and another for postsecondary, graduate students and emerging professionals to explore careers from leading AM companies.

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