Registration opens for UK’s TCT Show 2018

July 5, 2018

July 5, 2018

Registration opens for UK's TCT Show 2018

Visitors to TCT Show 2017 in Birmingham, UK (Courtesy TCT Group)


Registration is now open for TCT Show 2018, set to run from September 25-27, 2018, at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham, UK. Focused on a wide range of design-to-manufacturing technologies, the show will provide insights on 3D printing, Additive Manufacturing, CAD/CAE, metrology and inspection as well as conventional manufacturing processes such as moulding, casting and CNC machining.

More than 10,000 visitors from sixty countries and twenty key industries are expected to attend, including delegates from the automotive, aerospace, healthcare and consumer products industries.

“With more than 300 exhibitors on the largest show floor to date, more than sixty world-class speaker sessions and exciting interactive show features, visitors will gain key insights into the latest AM and 3D printing technologies, materials and processes that will help shape the future of design-to-manufacturing innovation,” stated Scott Humphrey, Marketing Manager, TCT Group, stated.

Visitors attending TCT Show will also have access to the free-to-attend conference and seminar programme. Presentations will be made across three dedicated stages split into key themes, including transport, healthcare, materials, design/CAD software, introduction to AM and skills for AM and others.

In addition to the conference and seminar programme, the show includes Inspex@TCT, focusing on inspection and metrology technologies, TCT Inspired Minds powered by CREATE Education – providing over 300 schoolchildren the opportunity to get a real hands-on experience, Acceleration Zone – a new feature designed to help take new ideas to the next stage and The Forum – an exciting new feature that will house exclusive exhibitor led activities.

July 5, 2018

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