TCT Show 2019 to showcase the latest technology in Additive Manufacturing

August 22, 2019

August 22, 2019

TCT Show 2019 to showcase the latest technology in Additive Manufacturing
Visitors at the TCT Show 2018 (Courtesy TCT Magazine)

The TCT Show 2019, is set to run from September 24-26, 2019, at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham, UK. Focused on a range of design-to-manufacturing technologies, the show will provide insights on Additive Manufacturing, CAD/CAE, metrology and inspection as well as conventional manufacturing processes such as moulding, casting and CNC machining.

Over 10,000 visitors from eighty countries are expected to attend the three-day event and visitors will have access to the free-to-attend conference and seminar programme. This year, presentations will be made across four dedicated stages: TCT Summit, TCT Tech Stage, TCT Introducing Stage and TCT Insights Stage. 

Another new addition to this year’s show is TCT Connect which is in association with HP. TCT Connect is a networking platform that will reportedly provide an interactive networking space for professionals in the design-to-manufacturing industry to exchange ideas and facilitate business growth.

“The diversification of features at TCT Show reflects the changing landscape for the wider design-to-manufacturing community. TCT Connect, provides a streamlined and efficient way for buyers and sellers to conduct business and build stronger relationships face-to-face – something we believe is increasingly important in the modern world,” stated James Woodcock, VP Content, Strategy & Partnerships – Rapid News Group.

August 22, 2019

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