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TCT 3Sixty: The center for additive manufacturing technologies in Birmingham

Taking place at the NEC Birmingham from June 5-6, TCT 3Sixty is considered the centerpiece of additive manufacturing (AM) technologies in the UK. For over 30 years, this event has been a must-attend event for designers, engineers and buyers looking to evaluate, implement or optimize 3D printing and additive manufacturing in their business.

Visitors now have the opportunity to register for free and take advantage of pre-show networking features and recommendations. Thousands of attendees from leading organizations such as Boeing, Rolls Royce and Stryker are expected to attend to see the latest AM hardware, materials and software from companies such as EOS, Ricoh 3D, 3D Systems, JEOL, Matsuura and WAAM. Inspiring applications and technology developments will also be showcased.

Attendees will also have access to the two-day TCT Summit, a multi-stage program featuring leading 3D printing users, thought leaders and case studies. Last year, attendees heard presentations from speakers at Collins Aerospace, the Natural History Museum, JCB and more.

As well as two days on the show floor, TCT 3Sixty also features a TCT UK AM Users Group meeting the day before the show. This invitation-only event brings together current users of AM technologies to share experiences and discuss challenges to drive adoption in the UK. The annual TCT Awards also return for their 6th edition, honoring the best 3D printing technologies, applications and collaborations with a gala event on June 5.

TCT 3Sixty provides a unique platform for industry professionals to share the latest trends and innovations in 3D printing and additive manufacturing. This event highlights the importance of AM technologies to the future of manufacturing and provides an invaluable opportunity for professionals to network, learn and explore the possibilities of these revolutionary technologies.

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