We’re thrilled to share that 3D printers are coming back to Washington, D.C. next week! The 6th annual 3D/DC event, which is made possible through the support of the Congressional Maker Caucus, is scheduled to take place next week, and you should come.
Our familiar panel programming and reception format will return on Thursday, March 2. Our five panels will focus on compelling industry topics, such as:
- Extreme Applications of 3D Printing
- The Maker Movement & the New Administration
- 3D Printing & the Future of Education
- Women in the 3D Printing Industry (an all-female panel)
- 3D Printing & the Human Body
The panels will be followed by an interactive reception just steps from Capitol Hill, at the Consumer Technology Association’s Innovation House (21 D Street SE). RSVP to the panels and reception here.
We’re also building upon last year’s event with an afternoon of Congressional visits for members of the 3D printing community on Wednesday, March 1. Interested in taking part in this “Hill walk?” Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RSVP now, and help us spread the word using #3DDC2017.
New to 3D/DC? Check out our YouTube playlist featuring highlights from the past few years!
See you next week!