Lübeck, March 14, 2018. On March 20 and 21, the SLM Solutions Group AG is taking part as an exhibitor at the APS Meetings in Lyon. At the two-day event with high-level conferences for additive manufacturing, 3D printing, rapid prototyping and product development, SLM Solutions will exhibit selective laser melting technology at its exhibition booth at the Congress Center.
The APS Meetings are already being held for the sixth time in Lyon. The conference trade show provides suppliers with the possibility of exchanging ideas directly with companies from different sectors such as aviation and aerospace, automotive, electronics, rail and medicine in detailed business discussions. With the concept, which is based on pre-selected and pre-planned B2B meetings with a duration of 40 minutes, the APS meetings are a direct way for companies to network and collaborate: from the purchase of equipment and machinery to research and development and all the way to additive and prototypical services.
SLM Solutions Group AG will be exhibiting there for the first time in 2018 and with its own booth. In Lyon, the company from northern Germany will show new solutions for additive manufacturing technology. With a good mixture of exhibition, knowledge transfer and networking, SLM Solutions wants to raise awareness further for the topic of additive manufacturing in France.
Central to the participation of SLM Solutions is the presentation of SLM® technology, processes, machines and materials. "The APS Meetings bring together key players from various sectors and provide us with the opportunity to meet decision-makers from industry. With the pre-planned, one-to-one meetings, we can dedicate more time to each participant than at a traditional fair," Stefan Ritt explained, Vice President and Head of Global Marketing and Communications at SLM Solutions Group AG.
The conference trade fair enables participants to benefit from the expertise of the speakers as well as well as times allotted for sharing ideas to find ideas, concepts and solutions for their tasks.