INSIDE 3D PRINTING offers an exhibition and conference program in the world’s major cities throughout the year. Conference sessions, which include programs for designers, artists and manufacturers, are delivered by industry experts who share insights on business applications of 3D printing and demonstrate the latest developments in printers and services. Join our world tour and see how 3D printing is revolutionizing all industries, from manufacturing to healthcare, from jewelry to architecture to aerospace, and many more.

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The 3D Rise project came from the opportunity to insert a 3D printer in the Brazilian market, with a reliable and competitive product. To achieve this, a Callidus, the company responsible for deploying the product in the country, has thoroughly tested a 3D printer, improving the design and bringing a portable version for use by anyone, anywhere.


3D Criar operates in the segment of desktop 3D professional printers, distributing in Brazil the most consecrated equipment in the world with local warranty and technical support. It has the largest portfolio of technologies available by a single company: FFF / FDM, SLA, SLA by DLP and SLS of polymers, as well as delivering high performance 3D printing materials such as HTPLA, Taulman 645 Nylon and biocompatible resins. 3D Criar researches applications and develops the best workflow with the customer by envying 3D printing in the industry, health and education sectors, as well as attending 3D printing bureaus with differentiated technologies to provide higher added value services.

Come with us how professional 3D desktop printing can add value to your business in a practical way.


3DprinterBR is the only licensed distributor of the Anet brand in Brazil. Our importer was born from the need to serve the 3D printer market of imported DIY (Do It Yourserf) models, preserving the smoothness of the customs procedure and the rendering of associated services required by law (return policy, warranty), as well as safe delivery and programmed. We are therefore suppliers of imported DIY printers, filaments and spare parts.

As a Brazilian company, 3D Procer is attuned to global 3D printing market trends and aims to offer the lastes technological innovations. Committed to the product quality customer service, 3D Procer manufactures printers and filaments. In this edition of Inside 3D Printing, it will bring new releases along with its current product mix

Starting in 1984, the Alcateia Group was a pioneering company trading on computer and electronic products and solutions in Brazil and Latin America. Now with more than 200 staff and a 12,000-client base, from corporations to integrators, from retailers to service providers, the São Paulo-based distributor carries more than 50 brands, including world famous staples such as Intel, Cisco, MakerBot, Wacom, HPE, Seagate, Sony, LG, D-link, Acer, Epson, Asus, TP-Link, Eaton, AMD and WD.


Founded in 1989, EOS is a pioneer and world leader in the field of Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) and provider of highly productive Additive Manufacturing Systems for plastic materials. EOS enables its customers to produce innovative and high quality products based on industrial 3D printing technologies.

Colen has been active in the Brazilian jewelry market for more than 30 years, always offering the best technologies available in the global market. In recent years, the company has made an effort to take those technologies into other markets, especially to companies in need of 3D printing solutions, such as those for destistry, auditory prosthetics, metals and healthcare. Colen carries 3D printers from EnvisionTEC, a German company with a sound reputation for high quality, precision, resolution and productive capacity. Those hallmarks, together with its close and transparent relationship with customers, allow Colen to forge excellent relationships with companies of all sizes and sectors that need 3D printing technology in Brazil.


The dddrop printers have been elegantly designed together with additive manufacturing users in Europe for 15 years. They are easy to use, and feature remote control from cellphones, print speed and precision, high print volume, automatic filament switching, multicolor printing with 2 different materials, and complex assemblies with soluble support materials such as HIPS and PVA. These machines that have won over Europe and are sold all over the world. dddrop machines are have been tested successfully at São Paulo’s Insper Institute and promise to be the new passion of Brazilian experts in additive manufacturing. Inside 3D Printing visitors will be able to see the dddrop in action for themselves.

Duplo J has been in the market since 2008 bringing the most modern Laser Cutting equipment to Brazil, we are also starting with the 3D Printers in order to offer to the Brazilian market a product with high technology and a good cost benefit.

E.Tech Brasil has been active since September 2014, distributing and opening sales channels for 3DCloner printers and related products. Always identifying the best products to meet the customers’ and partners’ needs, E.Tech supplies companies from diverse segments with means to explore new business and achieve their expected growth. E.Tech will introduce new releases at I3DP.

With nearly two decades’ experience providing prototypes in Brazil, Fastparts features several rapid prototyping technologies, especially Laser Sintering, with either unmodified or fiber-reinforced Polyamide as raw material. It also features ABS deposition with filaments which produce parts with any geometry, computer numerical control machines for fashioning prototype molds, reverse engineering and dimensional control using German technology for digital modeling.

Already in 1995, Gravaplast used to manufacture equipment for continuous printing. With the development of new technologies, it now includes 3D printers and filaments, offering innovative equipment from Perfilpolimer, a renowned company in the manufacture of extrusion equipment. In this project, Gravaplast has created an extrusion line that imparts excellent precision to vacuum-calibrated extruded filaments. Thanks to laser measuring, controlled cooling and other features, this extrusion line is capable of processing most of the engineering materials available in the market, in addition to the traditional ABS, PLA, PETG, TPU, conductive. Gravaplast can provide fiber-reinforced filaments with wood, metals, fiberglass and carbon fibers and is looking for new business partners and representatives.

The printer series CoreAB from GTMax3D delivers high performance, speed and reliability. All models have a sealed chamber for no-cracks printing of large objects, even on ABS. They also feature exclusive filament outage detection with semi-automatic change and no loss of printing, thus allowing total use of the resources. With a travel speed of 400mm/s and printing speed of 120mm/s, it is twice as fast as other similar-sized printers. Currently the series includes CoreAB 300 and CoreAB 400 with printable volumes of 300x300x300mm and 400x400x400mm respectively.

Digital Metal® is a unique and high-precision technology developed by Höganäs for the additive manufacture through a jet of adhesive. It offers high-speed printing and cost-effective custom parts, significantly surpassing competing technologies. So far, Digital Metal has produced more than 200,000 high quality components for its customers.

The Höganäs Group is the world's largest producer of metallic powders with annual revenues of around US $ 1 billion. Approximately 99% of the Group's products are sold in international markets.

Höganäs was founded in 1797 and today has around 2500 customers in 75 countries. Headquartered in the city of Höganäs, Sweden, the Group supplies more than 1,500 products from 13 production sites located on major continents.


Materialise incorporates 27 years of 3D printing experience into a range of software solutions and 3D printing services, which together form the backbone of the 3D printing industry. Materialise’s open and flexible solutions enable players in a wide variety of industries, including healthcare, automotive, aerospace, art and design, and consumer goods, to build innovative 3D printing applications that aim to make the world a better and healthier place. Headquartered in Belgium, with branches worldwide, Materialise combines the largest group of software developers in the industry with one of the largest 3D printing facilities in the world.

We work in the development of solutions, high quality images and creative designs in 3 markets: Textile, Visual and Industrial Communication.

Innovative and creative driven by our product line for visual communication (SG).

All rights reserved from digital prints to ink for industry (IP). Inkjet technology enables industries to produce digital printing with customer demand.

The creativity of fashion designers is perfectly reproduced, safely and reliably, Mimaki (TA) digital data editing.


Monster is a 100% Brazilian company, 100% attuned to international standards of excellence. It produces 3D printers and professional filaments of the highest quality in Brazil. With constant innovation and cutting-edge technology, it is the first manufacturer of ASA filaments in Brazil, with 100% Monster know-how. From strict quality control to packaging that guarantees total protection against moisture and light, Monster is the brand sought for international standard professional quality printing.

Movtech is a Brazilian technology company established in 2010 and one of the pioneering makers of parts and supplies for 3D printers. It offers a wide range of rapid prototyping solutions, from services to equipment manufacture, and a technical sector for multibrand machine maintenance.

Mundo3D.it is an affiliate of the Rollit Group, having started in the 3D printing market after noting several gaps between manufacturers and end customers, particularly in technical support and in simpler products for the general public –the people who are not “makers” and have little notion of how 3D printers can help them. It is the one that decides to enter the market to help your manual process and know how to model what it does and the meaning of the whole slicing process to do maintenance on your own printer. With the simple, low cost, good quality printers, Mundo3D.it provides support and training to business people on basic processes such as modeling and slicing, and even on how to care for their printers.

PrintaLot pioneered filament making for 3D printing in Argentina in 2013, after 30 years’ experience in the plastics industry. It now uses the best raw materials to turn out competitively priced high-end products with state-of-the-art machinery and highly qualified personnel. Believing that sound client relationship is essential, Printalot produces 8 types of filament in 45 colors, distributed to 15 retail points in Argentina and Paraguay, and now also in Brazil.


"Working in the Southern 3D printing market since 2013, PrintUp Pro is the Official Distributor of Zortrax in Brazil, providing 3D printers and filaments for professional applications, consulting and 3D modeling and printing services.

We are committed to bringing the best technology to industry, improving our customers' manufacturing processes and products."

Specialized in technological solutions and focusing on the development of innovative electronic products, Sethi3D, Sethi has been in the market for 15-plus years. With its Sethi3D brand, it is dedicated today to developing, researching and manufacturing high performance 3D printers, while adhering to strict, high quality standards and using the best parts of the market. Sethi3D uses state-of-the-art technology to provide the user with the best 3D printing experience.

UP3D Offering the most amazing 3D printing technologies and the best global brands, UP3D is recognized for the excellent quality of its products. Founded in 2002 by experts in additive manufacturing and reverse engineering, it also has all the technological infrastructure and innovative know-how to supply services to a wide range of businesses. In this year’s i3D printing, UP3D introduces its exclusive representation of Raise 3D, which delivers top quality, industrial-scale printing in enviable volumes. UP3D also brings EinScan desktop scanners and handheld scanners for objects of up to 4m in size –for applications ranging from dentistry to automotive, from reverse engineering to product virtualization and more.



Plástico Industrial is a free, dedicated publication distributed throughout Brazil to companies dealing with plastic processing for captive use or for supply to third parties, to consumers of plastic parts and products (car industry, electronics, packaging, etc), and to manufacturers and importers of machinery, equipment, peripherals, raw materials and products for the plastic processing.

Launched in September 2015 by the multimedia journalist Laura Loenert, 3DPrinting has text, photo and video materials providing relevant and totally free content on 3D printing, robotics, open hardware and drones, among other related topics. The website aims to become a Brazilian reference by covering events throughout Brazil and around the world, providing complete videos onYouTube for those who wish to keep up to date with industry developments.


Finding information on the internet about 3D printing is a bit tricky today, as it is scattered too widely. The 3D Geek Show channel started in late 2016 meaning to centralize information and make it available to people who have little or no knowledge on 3D printing. The subjects are treated clearly and objectively – and humorously, as most of the time the subjects they are quite dull. The channel contains tips, tutorials, reviews, unboxing and very good humor.

3DPrint.com is The Voice of 3D printing technologies, covering all the latest 3D printing industry news along with in-depth editorials and investigative reporting. Additionally 3DPrint.com offers resources for 3D printing professionals and enthusiasts alike, including the largest 3D printing message board, www.3dprintboard.com, as well as outlets for e-commerce, webcasts, white papers, online education and more.

3D Print Pulse brings together the best daily content from over 60 3D printing and additive manufacturing thought leaders, including, Phillip Cotton, Leslie Langnau, and Lav Radis among many others. Using the social media signals from the audience, our proprietary curation engine ranks this content so that each of our readers receives the best and most personalized content. Join 20,000 other business professionals focused on 3D printing and additive manufacturing. Visit the site, subscribe to our newsletter and see what your peers are reading.

3DPrintBoard.com - Discuss 3D printing, get technical help, learn about the technology and more at the world's #1 3d printing discussion forum.

The 3D Printing Channel is not only a destination for videos, articles and more for 3D printing enthusiasts, makers, designers and professionals but also a site network and conglomeration of business, marketing, PR, management and finance executives, all with marketing, media and management expertise. The 3D Printing Channel can help your 3D printing business. The 3D Printing Channel is the official media partner of 3D Printing Ventures and the Association of 3D Printing, the largest trade association in the industry.

3D Printing Industry is the leading online news service and authority on additive manufacturing. With over 5 years of reporting on 3D printing behind us, we are the first choice for comprehensive, accurate and up to date news about all aspects our industry. This year 3DPI will host the 1st Annual 3D Printing Industry Awards. Please visit our site for more information.

3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing is the only peer-reviewed journal on the rapidly moving field of 3D printing and related technologies. The Journal provides comprehensive coverage of academic research and industrial and commercial developments that have applications in medicine, education, food, and architecture. It also explores emerging challenges and opportunities ranging from new developments of processes and materials, to new simulation and design tools, and informative applications and case studies.

ManufacturingTomorrow is an online trade magazine featuring products, companies, news, articles and events for the advanced manufacturing, factory automation and 3D printing industries.


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EDROPS was a pioneer in the area of ​​laser sintering in Brazil, aiming to expand its technology to the various modalities, among which the areas of jewelery, bio-engineering and odontology stand out.

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