Today’s Insights. Tomorrow’s Technologies.
Design & Manufacturing New England connects you with over 4,500 engineers and executives — and more than 450 leading suppliers — across New England's thriving design and manufacturing sector. This powerful, end-to-end industry showcase will cover up-to-the-minute innovations in design software, motion control components, rapid prototyping, 3D printing, wearables, sensors, and more. Explore the full spectrum of cutting-edge solutions you need to make faster, cheaper, and smarter products at the most comprehensive industry event in the region.
Two days of industry-leading education
- Choose from two hard-hitting conferences running alongside the expo
- Embedded Systems: Four tracks on hardware/software, IoT, advanced tech, and more
- Medtech: Two tracks covering product development and R&D
Access Three Additional Expos and a Full Spectrum of Solutions
Design & Manufacturing is part of New England's largest advanced design and manufacturing event, bringing a comprehensive showcase of medtech, plastics, design engineering, and embedded systems components and technologies onto one show floor.
NEW! Today’s leading plastics suppliers — previously featured separately as PLASTEC New England — will be showcasing within this year's BIOMEDevice Boston. Expect even more plastics exhibitors offering the very latest in materials and additives, injection molding, rapid prototyping, and more.
All-Star Keynote Lineup!
Open to all pass types, this year’s keynote presentations will cover hot topics at the forefront of the industry. Join us for three inspiring presentations on Artificial Intelligence, IoT’s impact on jobs, and biomedical innovation.
Sensors in the Spotlight
From wearables and virtual reality to factory floor advances, sensors are driving the future of advanced design and manufacturing — and you can see all of these exciting technologies at Design & Manufacturing New England. Explore the Sensors Zone, a dedicated area of the expo floor showcasing how sensors are disrupting multiple facets of the industry. Then, learn through sensors-focused tours, activities, demos, and conference sessions throughout both show days.