Dyndrite to host online Additive Manufacturing event this month

April 15, 2020

Software developer Dyndrite Corporation, headquartered in Seattle, Washington, USA, will next week host the Dyndrite Developer Council (DDC2020), a global virtual event aimed at connecting Additive Manufacturing experts with AM machine manufacturers and software vendors. The two-day online event is scheduled to take place on April 21–22, 2020, at 08:00 PDT, and is sponsored by HP Inc. and NVIDIA Corporation.

According to Dyndrite, attendees of DDC2020 can expect to experience interactive corporate presentations, press announcements, industry initiatives, real-world use cases, and virtual networking with AM experts in the aerospace, automotive and medical fields worldwide.

The following keynote speakers will present during DDC2020:

  • Harshil Goel, Dyndrite CEO
  • Ryan Palmer, HP SVP and Global Head of Software and Data
  • Kevin Brigden, Renishaw Applications Engineer
  • Nilay Parikh, Ansys Senior Product Marketing Manager
  • Winthrop Sheldon, SLM Solutions VP Sales & Marketing Americas
  • Nicholas Nadeau, AON3D Head of Engineering
  • Dan Brunermer, ExOne Technical Fellow
  • Steve Walton, Dyndrite Head Of Product
  • Todd Grimm, T.A Grimm & Associates, Inc., Founder and President
  • Mike Geyer, NVIDIA Head of Marketing and Business Development
  • Yves Hagendorn, Aconity3D Managing Director
  • Ed Isreal, Plural President/Co-founder
  • Paul Anfinson & Nikita Chibisov, Photocentric CEO & Software Manager
  • Maoz Barkai, 3D Systems Product Manager
  • Carl Bass, Former Autodesk CEO

Further information and registration details are available via the company website.

www.dyndrite.com

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