TCT 3Sixty 2023 set to be the world’s largest free AM conference
The event will take place in Birmingham, UK, on June 7-8
TCT 3Sixty, the UK’s definitive and most influential 3D printing and additive manufacturing event, is returning to Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre (NEC), on June 7-8, 2023. The event brings together market-leading technology suppliers, world-renowned service companies, and this year the largest free additive manufacturing and 3D printing conference in the world – running across four stages during the two days of the event and covering a wide range of subjects.
Attendees will be able to hear first-hand from additive manufacturing users such as Ocado, JCB, Collins Aerospace, Natural History Museum, Lego Group, LISI Aerospace, and Boston Consulting. This year’s Oscar-winning Mackinnon & Saunders will also share their story.
The program features the latest cutting-edge research from some leading institutions including Fraunhofer Institute, University of Bristol, University of Birmingham, University of Toledo, University Carlos III of Madrid, and Angela Ruskin University.
Knowledge partners Additive Manufacturing UK, DfAM Network, and PrintCity will also run specialist sessions during the program – focused on examples of how to adopt the technologies and design for additive manufacturing.
“The 2023 program is the best we have ever assembled in the UK. Almost 100 speakers with a combined industry experience of almost 1,000 years will contribute to the program. You cannot get that quality of learning for free anywhere else on the planet,” said Duncan Wood, CEO of Rapid News Publications. “We are often asked why the program is free at our UK event, and it is simple. We see this as the best way to drive the UK market forward. By removing the barriers to learning and enabling access to the knowledge base we have here and overseas, we can supercharge adoption and increase the usage of these amazing technologies across all sectors of industry in the UK. For that reason, 2023 offers greater value from visiting TCT 3Sixty than ever before. We look forward to welcoming the additive community to Birmingham for this unsurpassed learning opportunity.”