3D Printing Korea 2014 to Be Held Alongside 22nd KOSIGN at Coex, Seoul

3D Printing Korea 2014 to offer insight into new 3D printing technology.

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Exhibitor at KOSIGN 2013

Adding to the impressive range of digital sign and design items already showcased at the annual KOSIGN, 3D Printing 2014 is expected to further boost the show’s standing as a comprehensive business platform for the global signage and printing market.

Seoul, South Korea (PRWEB) August 12, 2014

Visitors to the 22nd Korea Sign and Design Show from November 5th to 8th at Coex, Seoul will be able to experience a whole new side to the signage industry this year, as the exhibition sees 3D Printing Korea held concurrently for the first time.

3D Printing Korea, jointly organized by Coex and Korea’s 3D Printing Industrial Association, will showcase a range of 3D printers, printing materials, scanners, software, prototypes, and organizations for research and education. Participants may also hear from 3D printing industry leaders and specialists for insights into this new generation of printing technology.

Adding to the impressive range of digital sign and design items already showcased at the annual KOSIGN, 3D Printing 2014 is expected to further boost the show’s standing as a comprehensive business platform for the global signage and printing market. Korea’s International Sign and Design Show is the largest exhibition in the Korean outdoor advertising and digital printing industry, showcasing 179 exhibitors across 641 booths to more than 10,000 visitors last year.

In 2013, the World Economic Forum selected 3D printing technology as one of the Top 10 current most influential technologies. 3D printing has also been selected by the Samsung Economic Research Institute (SERI) as one of seven technologies expected to contribute most heavily to future industries.

According to the WOHLERS Report 2014, the 3D printing market was worth $3.07 billion in
2013, showing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 34.9%. The industry is expected to grow at a remarkable pace over the next several years, fueled by sales of personal 3D printers and expanded use of the technology for parts production.

For more information about 3D Printing Korea 2014 or KOSIGN, please contact the KOSIGN Secretariat on kosign(dot)info(at)coex(dot)co(dot)kr or visit the website: http://kosign.info/.


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