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Event Formnext : A first for Namma

Formnext is the unmissable event for 3D printing manufacturers. For 4 days, Frankfurt becomes the capital of additive manufacturing. The Formnext show has become a reference, its reputation is growing and it’s now a recognized event in the world of industry. 

Formnext in 2022 was more than 800 exhibitors, nearly 30,000 visitors, 50,000m² of exhibition space and 47 hours of programs and conferences.

Made in France in Francfort

This year especially the “Made In France” was in the spotlight ! The Formnext rolled out the blue, white and red carpet to welcome its European neighbours.

Namma responded to this call and was able to put her suitcases on the Nouvelle-Aquitaine stand. Once there we could observe that the colors of the tricolour flag were present. Indeed, conferences were dedicated to the presentation of the various French solutions providers and a theme evening on… *drum roll*… France! 

EVA crosses the border for this event

The Formnext was an opportunity for Namma, both commercially and technically. 

The objective was to discover the international market, but also to make Namma known beyond its borders. Search for customers and distributors was the priority for the Namma delegation.

This event also allowed us to meet our colleagues and 3D printing actors in France and abroad. We were able to discover many exhibitors and their machines showcasing multiple innovations, making this show an unmissable event in terms of new technologies.

For the first time, EVA was presented and introduced in English. It saw many people, the majority of whom were European actors.

It was also brought to the fore as many demonstrations were presented. Our CEO, Clément, held a public presentation in English to showcase EVA and its hybrid features. Finally, she was interviewed by 3D Natives, the 3D printing media, you can find the video below.

In conclusion, the Formnext was an opportunity for Namma to get to know and become known. We leave this show with greater ambitions and new developments to come. This event was very productive for Namma and we are looking forward to coming back for the next edition of the Formnext in 2023.

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