DMC to offer free AM engineering consultations at TCT 3Sixty

September 22, 2021

The DMC will be on stand G62 at this year’s TCT 3Sixty, taking place September 28-30 in Birmingham, UK (Courtesy DMC)

The Digital Manufacturing Centre (DMC), Towcester, Northamptonshire, UK, has announced its intention to offer free Additive Manufacturing engineering consultations at this year’s TCT 3Sixty exhibition, taking place September 28-30, in Birmingham, UK.

Applications engineers will offer in-depth consultancy sessions and project guidance to visitors looking for support in their AM programmes. Those interested may either sign up ahead of time or visit the stand on the day.

In addition to these consultations, CEO Kieron Salter will deliver a series of presentations throughout the event. He is scheduled to speak on the Advancing UK Plastics Stage and will also be will be participating in the EOS panel discussion.

From left: Nigel Robinson (COO), Thomas Buxton (Application Development Engineer) and Stuart Banyard (Head of Application Development) at the DMC (Courtesy DMC)

Salter stated, “As one of the industry’s most esteemed events, we’re looking forward to exhibiting at this year’s TCT 3Sixty. Unlike most ‘print bureaus’, the DMC is world renowned for combining AM expertise with start-to-finish engineering consultancy and digital integration. Our applications engineers will be on hand to help your business solve complex challenges and harness the true potential of AM technology.”

DMC will be located on stand G62. Attendees wishing to book a consultation may contact [email protected].

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