3D Printing Industry Awards 2019 – nominations open

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The 3D Printing Industry Awards return for their third year.

As in previous years, a two stage process is used to decide the winners.

First, readers are invited to make nominations in each of the categories below.

In the second stage, shortlists are draw up based upon nominations received and readers are invited to vote for the winners.

We will announce the winners at our black-tie event in London on Thursday June 6th 2019. A limited number of tickets are available for the event, please contact us for more information.

Fried Vancraen, Materialise founder and CEO at the 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards. Photo by Michael Petch.
Fried Vancraen, Materialise founder and CEO at the 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards. Photo by Michael Petch.

The 3D Printing Industry Awards are the largest annual survey of industry. We want to hear from our readers about who is leading the industry, the breakthrough innovations and the people behind the technology.

Please use the form below to make your nominations.

3D Printing Industry Awards 2019 timeline

Nominations open: Friday December 7th 2018.

Deadline for nominations: Friday March 1st 2019.

Award ceremony: Thursday June 6th 2019.

Information about the winners for 2018 is available here.

Josef Prusa, founder and CEO of Prusa Research.
Josef Prusa, founder and CEO of Prusa Research at the 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards.

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