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Live from Ceramics Expo 2017—Photos from Cleveland, Ohio

3rd Ceramics Expo Trade Show

[Image above] Day 1 of Ceramics Expo 2017 culminated in a networking reception, where attendees got a chance to kick back, relax, and reconnect with old and new friends. Credit: ACerS

Ceramics Expo 2017 kicked off day 2 of the world’s largest annual free-to-attend expo for the advanced ceramic and glass community Wednesday morning at the I-X Center in Cleveland, Ohio.

Wondering what you’ve missed so far? Check out our photos from yesterday, a recap of the strong start to this exciting week with the 6th Ceramic and Business Leadership Summit. And stay tuned to Ceramic Tech Today and follow us on Facebook and Twitter throughout the week—we’ll continue to report live from the Ceramics Expo show floor.

Speaking of the show floor, from nanobeads to kilns, furnaces to 3-D printing, there is something of interest to all who attend Ceramics Expo. Exhibitors have been busy discussing their latest products, services, and technology to prospective buyers, and the discussions will continue through to a networking reception Wednesday afternoon from 3–5 pm. 

In addition to more than 300 exhibitors handing out goodies and showcasing the latest raw materials, equipment, machinery, and technology within the ceramic and glass manufacturing supply chain, Ceramics Expo 2017 continues today with additional presentations during the show’s accompanying conference, which is also completely free to attend.

There’s still time to register and attend Ceramics Expo 2017, which continues through Thursday afternoon (click here for hours and more details). When you’re there, be sure to stop by ACerS booth (#308) for free giveaways, to chat with our staff, and enter for a chance to win daily prizes!

Exhibitors came from as far away as Switzerland and Germany to talk to prospective customers about their products and services. Credit: ACerS

Exhibitors at the Imerys Ceramics booth talk with expo attendees. Credit: ACerS

Robocasting’s display included miniature ceramic dollhouse furniture created with a 3-D printer. Credit: ACerS

Exhibitors were busy all day talking to expo attendees and taking names. Credit: ACerS

A rubber duck floating in a cooling bath circulator was a conversation starter in the Thermo Scientific display. Credit: ACerS

It wasn’t hard to find networking occurring all across the Ceramics Expo show floor. Credit: ACerS

This machine ran at full speed on the show floor, pumping out tiny aspirin-sized ceramic pellets. Credit: ACerS

Alfred University was well represented by several engineering students. Credit: ACerS

Smiles in the Keith Company booth! Credit: ACerS

For more photos of all the Expo action, check out ACerS Flickr page!