Asiamold 2020 confirm new date of 11 – 13 August
Registration is available and valid for free access to the fair
Asiamold fair will now take place from 11 – 13 August 2020, as confirmed by the fairs’ co-organisers today. Postponed from their original date in February due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the fairs will be held again at the China Import and Export Fair Complex in Guangzhou.
Print your infinity.
In light of the increasing demand and higher requirements for precise technologies and products in China, the manufacturing industry now gradually aims to minimise the development time and cost. 3D printing technologies therefore have become more popular within the industry, and are widely applied on complex prototyping with high precision.
The 3D Printing Asia Zone is once again one of the key components to the 2019 show’s success. Featuring a number of renowned 3D manufacturing companies in the industry, the zone helps leading manufacturing professionals with their sourcing needs, and to showcase the latest innovations and solutions of various 3D printing technologies. Some of the well-known brands include HP, Raise 3D, SuNPe, BMF Precision Technology, A & P Instruments, Kings 3D and SCANTECH.
In the coming year, the 3D Printing Asia Zone will remain a key highlight of Asiamold and continue to lead the manufacturing industry by gathering international 3D printing companies, and demonstrating the technological breakthroughs and future trends in 3D printing, rapid prototyping, CAD/CAM software development, reverse engineering and more.
I think the market positioning of Asiamold is very good and practical as you can see the merger between 3D printing and traditional craftsmanship here. The fair brings the plastic moulding and 3D printing industry together, which provides a window for us to enter the industry. The show is extremely vital to the South China Region as moulding is always the crux of advanced manufacturing.
Asiamold has a close connection with Formnext and we are frequently there, so it makes sense for us to exhibit here too to capture the Chinese market. A lot of people in the industry talk about this fair, It’s clearly a very important fair for the South China market. Overall we’re positive about our participation as we made quite a few contacts already just on day one. Based on the feedback from the first day we’re happy, and we’ll have a good contact list to follow up with by the end of the fair.
We’ve meet Gree here before, so we know the big buyers attend this fair. We know buyers such as this are looking to buy domestic printers, so we’re confident they’ll use our products too. This is an important fair in China, the application of 3D printing is so wide nowadays, and this fair attracts a similarly wide range of buyers. Day one of the fair we had a good amount of buyers visit our booth.
This was 3D Printing Asia 2019
We have many impressions of products, events and encounters. Here you will find a selection of pictures of the 3D Printing Asia 2019.