2016 TCT exhibition and conference opens for registration

June 17, 2016

2016 TCT Show opens for registrationRapid News Publications Ltd, organiser of the annual TCT Show, has announced that registration is now open for those wishing to attend this year’s event being held September 28 – 29 at the NEC, Birmingham, UK. Now celebrating its 21st year, the TCT Show combines both an extensive exhibition and a selection of informative conference sessions.

“The TCT Show sets the agenda for the industry giving visitors the opportunity to gain insight, education, see innovation in action and most importantly to do business,” stated Duncan Wood, COO Rapid News Communications Group. “Visitors can expect to see a mix of expert speakers, real world applications as well as product launches, live demonstrations and other exciting features”

More than 220 exhibitors are expected to participate in this year’s event, which, it was stated, will boast the largest concentration of Additive Manufacturing machines, 3D printers and complementary and competing technology in the UK. More than 8,000 attendees including manufacturers, designers, business leaders, early adopters, innovators and investors from over 60 countries are also set to attend.

The TCT Show 2016 is free to attend. Register online at www.tctshow.com

 

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As well as an extensive AM industry news section, this 196-page issue includes articles and reports on:

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  • New horizons for Additive Manufacturing in the oil, gas and maritime industries
  • Redesigned for Additive Manufacturing: Serial production of a new fuel swirler for Siemens gas turbine
  • Understanding metal powder requirements for Additive Manufacturing: Views from the industry
  • Towards a true digital twin for the metal Additive Manufacturing process
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