Leading UK 3D printing specialist CREAT3D is gearing up for a packed TCT Show next month when the team brings its extensive range of 3D printing solutions to Birmingham for the two-day premier 3D technologies event.
The team will be on hand with a selection of handpicked products offering different tools to suit different applications such as jigs and fixtures, electronic and engineering applications, through to product design and innovation.
The Reading-based company will exhibit a range of products including the Xeed by Leapfrog, a dual-head wireless 3D printer designed for ease of use in the business environment and can print in range of materials. The MakerBot Replicator Z18 will also feature, demonstrating the possibilities of the large build machine that’s ideal for for prototyping and design applications.
On display will be the newly released UP Box desktop 3D printer which well placed for engineering and electronic applications that require more detailed parts and a higher-post processing temperature for form, fit and function testing. Finally, the company’s latest addition, the Markforged Mark One Composite 3D Printer, will be on hand demonstrating its ability to produce Nylon based parts that can be reinforced with Carbon Fibre, Fibreglass or Kevlar, for high strength, functional 3D printed parts. The printer can also embed other components such as sensors and electronics during the print process.
The Mark One arrives at CREAT3D.
On top of providing customers with the right hardware, CREAT3D also specialises in providing training to ensure customers know how to get the most out of their machines. Check out this blog post from back when CREAT3D trained Laura up on the 3D Systems Cube Pro.
CREAT3D are giving visitors the opportunity to bring examples of parts they may wish to 3D print and will be offering free consultations to discuss how customers can benefit from 3D printing in their business.
Visit CREAT3D on Stand B20 at TCT + Personalize 2015 to find out more. REGISTER HERE FOR FREE.