Ryerson and Think2Thing to stage first-of-its-kind 3D Printing Conference and Exhibit in Toronto starting tomorrow



By Tony Curcio | Graphic Arts

Ryerson University and Think2Thing (a cutting-edge 3D printing workshop and studio focused on innovation and R&D in 3D printing technologies and co-founder of Ryerson’s Advanced Manufacturing, Design and 3D Printing Lab) are co-hosting the inaugural Be3Dimensional Conference in downtown Toronto October 23 – 24. Toronto’s 3D technology community is growing rapidly and transcends multiple sectors – from art and heritage to automotive and medical. Nearly 1,000 people are expected to attend the two-day event, which will serve as a hub for the world’s leading experts in 3D to debate and discuss innovations in utilization and research related to 3D technology. A museum-quality exhibit of fascinating 3D creations will also be curated and can be viewed during the event.

The Be3Dimensional Conference begins on Friday, October 23 at Ryerson with academic sessions delving into topics such as 3D digital storytelling and ethics. Researchers will discuss the societal impacts of 3D technologies now and in the future. Admission to this event is free and open to the public.

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