SLS User Group Annual Conference 2000

From: Jim Williams (
Date: Mon Apr 17 2000 - 18:47:30 EEST

April 17, 2000 Theresa Woodiel +1-512-425-2830

SLS* Selective Laser Sintering User's Group To Hold
Annual Conference in September
Group to meet in New Orleans to discuss state-of-the-art in SLS materials
and processing

Austin, Texas, U.S.A.: The Selective Laser Sintering User's Group (SLSUG)
will hold its annual conference September 24-27 in New Orleans, Louisiana,
USA at the Wyndham New Orleans at Canal Place. Speakers will present
information on the latest applications of Selective Laser Sintering
technology in industry and research.

More on the 2000 SLSUG Conference

The three-day conference will feature presentations on customer applications
from OEM's, service providers, and on-going research initiatives at
universities and research labs throughout the world. DTM Corporation will
also lead sessions covering all of its materials, as well as
state-of-the-art processing and finishing techniques.

The SLSUG is a non-profit group that promotes the application of Selective
Laser Sintering technology to speed and enhance the process of designing,
prototyping, and manufacturing new products and components. The group is
comprised of individuals from companies and organizations that own
Sinterstation* systems manufactured by DTM Corporation of Austin, Texas,
USA. Historically, the conference attracts participants from around the

"The annual SLS Users Group brings together a diverse group of users to
discuss the latest application advances and processing and finishing
techniques relating to the SLS process. The informal environment allows
users to speak with others face-to-face. This keeps my company up to date
on the latest advances in the SLS world", notes Jim Williams, 2000 SLS Users
Group President, and President/CEO of Paramount Industries, located in
Langhorne, Pennsylvania, USA.

About DTM Corporation

DTM develops, manufactures, and markets advanced rapid prototyping and
manufacturing systems, including the Sinterstation* 2500plus. All
Sinterstation systems utilize a process called SLS* selective laser
sintering and any of several plastic or metal SLS materials to create 3-D
objects from computerized designs.

Manufacturers throughout the world, in a range of industries, use
Sinterstation systems and the SLS process to rapidly create
three-dimensional prototypes, parts, and tooling for their products.

For more information on the 2000 SLSUG Meeting in New Orleans, please
contact Theresa Woodiel at:
DTM Corporation, 1611 Headway Circle, Building 2
Austin, Texas, USA, 78754
Phone: +1.512.425.2830 Fax: +1.512.832.6753

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