Cambridge, Mass. - September 4, 2013: GrabCAD, the platform for open engineering and home of the world’s largest community of mechanical engineers with 800,000 members across the world will present at TCT Show + Personalize, in UK, on September 25.
GrabCAD CEO Hardi Meybaum will describe how new technologies like online communities, collaboration tools and 3D printing are improving product design by making it easy to engage more points of view throughout the process.
Hardi will talk on September 25 at 1.30PM and the title of his presentation is “The Rise of Open Engineering”.
More details about the session can be found on the conference
GrabCAD is leading the Open Engineering movement, helping engineers get products to market faster by connecting
people, content and technology. GrabCAD Workbench makes it easy for engineers to share files, work with partners and complete projects on time, while the GrabCAD Community accelerates the design process by tapping into the knowledge and resources of the largest
source of CAD content and engineering minds in the world. Founded in 2010, the company is backed by Matrix Partners and Charles River Ventures and is headquartered in Cambridge, MA with a development offices in Estonia and the UK.
About TCT Show + Personalize
TCT Show + Personalize is the UK’s definitive and leading Additive Manufacturing, 3D printing and product
development technology show for every level of interest from hackerspace to aerospace. The eighteenth edition of this exciting event will take place in Birmingham, UK in September 2013. The exhibition floor features the entire spectrum of 3D printing and additive
manufacturing equipment as well as all the supporting technologies and software for scanning, digitising and inspection and for design and manufacturing. The show has a reputation for promoting the latest in 3D design and manufacturing technology to the widest
audience possible. The 2013 edition will build on this success and harness inspirational speakers, cutting edge technology and incredible creativity to produce the must attend event of the year for everyone involved in concept, design and manufacturing functions
across all sectors. The media explosion around 3D printing has heralded new and unprecedented interest in the technologies that have been central to TCT for nearly twenty years. Creative sectors such as art and design, fashion, architecture and the maker movement
are now waking up to the exciting possibilities afforded by additive manufacturing and 3D printing at all levels.