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Registration now open for TCT 3Sixty 2024

The UK's definitive industrial 3D printing event is taking place on 5 - 6 June at the NEC, in Birmingham

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Taking place on 5 – 6 June at the NEC, in Birmingham, TCT 3Sixty is the home of AM technologies in the UK and, for over 30 years, has been a must-attend for designers, engineers, and buyers looking to evaluate, adopt, or optimize 3D printing within their business.

Join thousands of attendees from leading organizations like Boeing, Rolls Royce, and Stryker to see the latest AM hardware, materials, and software from companies like EOS, Ricoh 3D, 3D Systems, JEOL, Matsuura, WAAM, and more, alongside inspiring applications and technology developments.

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

Registration is now open for TCT 3Sixty 2024. The 3D printing event is taking place on 5 - 6 June at the NEC, in Birmingham, UK.

In addition to two days on the show floor, the TCT UK AM User Group meeting will return following its inaugural event in 2023. Taking place the day before the show, this invitation-only event brings together current users of AM technologies to share learnings and discuss challenges to help drive UK adoption forward. The annual TCT Awards will also return for its 6th edition with a black-tie awards ceremony on 5 June, which will celebrate the best 3D printing technologies, applications, and collaborations.

Visitors can now register for free and start taking advantage of TCT 3Sixty’s pre-show networking features and recommendations.

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