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Call for Speakers: Pacific Design & Manufacturing 2018

Pacific Design & Manufacturing, Anaheim, Smart Manufacturing, 3D Printing, Call for Speakers
Submit your proposal now to speak at North America’s largest annual design & manufacturing event.

Pacific Design & Manufacturing, North America’s premier conference that connects you with thousands of professionals across the advanced design & manufacturing spectrum, will be back at the Anaheim Convention Center February 6-8, 2018, and the Call for Speakers is now open!

Don’t miss your chance to share your expertise during the three-day Smart Manufacturing Innovation Summit – including the latest information on co-bots, IIoT, machine learning, big data, and more -- and/or the three-day 3D Printing Innovation Summit – including the latest news surrounding new materials, rapid prototyping, big area additive manufacturing, new tools/techniques, and more! Information is presented through technical sessions, case studies, and panel discussions, and also include time for Q&A.


The summits will feature these topics over three full days, allowing attendees to track hop between sessions and co-located conferences as much as desired.

Submit your speaking proposal now ahead of the Sept. 8, 2017, deadline to reach thousands engineers and executives, as well as hundreds of leading suppliers, across the advanced design and manufacturing spectrum who understand the value in working together on the industry's cutting edge.

Call for Speakers deadline is Sept. 8, 2017. And, as always, the same rules apply – no sales pitches, please.

Questions? Email Technical Content Producer Jennifer Campbell.

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