Two Formlabs conferences are returning to Boston on May 7 and 8, 2019! You’re invited to The Digital Factory and Formlabs User Summit, featuring leaders across digital manufacturing and Formlabs users building the future of 3D printing.
“Today, Digital Factory is the only event of its kind, bringing together industry leaders to address the future of manufacturing in concrete ways,” said Max Lobovsky, co-founder and CEO of Formlabs. “The User Summit is an opportunity to connect professionals driving value in digital fabrication today to learn from each other’s successes, solutions, and challenges, and continue to push what’s possible with 3D printing.”
MassTLC members, use the code MASSTLC to receive a 10% discount to these conferences.
The Digital Factory Provides a Roadmap for Digital Transformation
Now in its third year, this May’s Digital Factory conference will be the largest ever. Hosted by Jeff Immelt, the day-long event celebrates manufacturing as the next secret weapon for executives across industries, from aerospace to consumer goods. The Digital Factory will bring together CEOs, technical managers, and supply chain executives who believe digital tools can unlock entirely new business models, with the power to enable mass customization, digital supply chains, and rapid product development.
“I’m excited to host the Digital Factory event with Formlabs,” said Jeff Immelt, venture partner at NEA and Formlabs board member. “This event is a day of empowerment for manufacturing leaders: a showcase for what you can do when you take charge of your technology and turn it into part of your company’s strategy. Every executive needs to think about how manufacturing technology can drive their business.”
You’ll hear from Immelt and many more who are already seeing returns on their digital manufacturing investments, and leave with insights into the market forces, new technologies, and management approaches shaping today’s top companies. Discover new business models and technical strategies, and learn about the latest advances in areas like additive manufacturing, automation, artificial intelligence, connected machinery, and intelligent supply chains.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Jeff Immelt, Venture Partner, NEA and Formlabs board member
- Rob Carter, CIO, FedEx
- Richard Smith, CEO, FedEx Trade Networks
- Joseph Hogan, CEO, Align Technology
- Vic Abate, CIO, GE
- Jennifer Hartsock, VP & CIO, Baker Hughes
- Gary Johnson, Group VP, Manufacturing and Labor, Ford Motor
- Thomas Cole, VP Operations, Dentsply
- Dayna Grayson, Partner, NEA
- More to be announced!