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Week of UK manufacturing sees AM at fore with TCT 3Sixty

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The week of 3 June sees multiple manufacturing events taking place, led by the UK’s leading Additive Manufacturing exhibition TCT 3Sixty in Birmingham.

Opening its doors on 5-6 June in Halls 1 and 2 of the NEC, it’s an opportunity for product designers, engineers and manufacturers to discover the latest technology and innovation in 3D printing and its peripheral technologies.

Visitors will get the opportunity to view live demonstrations including machinery, materials, software, and services, as well as view 25 companies taking to the stage to introduce  new products, machine, material or software solutions.

The event is co-located with the Med-Tech event, which sees a combined 300 exhibitors from some of the world’s leading additive manufacturing and medical technology brands.

The exhibitions will run alongside the TCT 3Sixty Conference and Med-Tech Innovation Conference which both offer CPD certified sessions. The TCT 3Sixty will host speakers from companies that are already optimising additive manufacturing technologies such as Ministry of Defence, ITP Aero, and GKN Aerospace.

Organisers Rapid News Group CEO Duncan Wood, said: “These two shows are incredibly exciting events in their own right, but when aligned with each other they are a powerful source of ideas and inspiration.

“Add that to the other shows on at the NEC at the same time and every engineer in the country will find a trip to the NEC in the first week of June a very worthwhile trip.”


The event will also include the TCT Awards,  an annual celebration of the best innovations and applications of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing technology globally.

Registration for TCT 3Sixty is free.