No sales pitches pitches or vendors presentations...

TCT 3Sixty will not feature any presentations by vendors, there will be zero sales pitches…but there will however be over 80 users presenting their experience across four stages…the programmes on these stages will be uniquely streamed for the three major attendee types TCT 3Sixty is going to attract.

Speakers will be drawn from the entire spectrum of users, from Blue Chips to sole traders. Some of the coolest things we’ve ever seen in AM have been done by the company you’ve never heard of. The teams behind the big brands are doing amazing things and proving that additive and 3D printing can be used throughout the supply chain… and showcasing that it is not just Jaguar or Dyson using this technology matters… because most organisations are not Dyson or Jaguar.

We’ll also have speakers from across our global TCT network who will tackle the most important issues this industry faces and along with exciting panel sessions we’ll bring the show floor to life in a new forum designed to facilitate connections.

 

SHOULD YOU INVEST?

SHOULD YOU INVEST?

One thing 3D printing is not short of its commentary and opinion. For a designer, engineer, CTO or company owner, the resulting confusion can be a major barrier to adoption. This pathway will look at the technology from first principles, what to consider when assessing whether to invest and highlighting successful introductions from SME's and larger organisations.

What to Invest In?

What to Invest In?

This pathway is for the visitor who is ready to buy, but now has over 300 different vendors and as many service providers to choose from. On this track, the visitor will hear from experienced users who will share their path into the technology, what was good, what was bad…and how can they start to plot a path to a point where AM is a de facto part of their business.

What to Invest in Next?

What to Invest in Next?

For users with experience of a single technology or machine, this application-led stream will highlight how companies have successfully expanded their use of 3D printing, demonstrating how to identify new applications to capitalise on the breadth of technologies available.

 


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