UK based 3D solutions provider Laser Lines will be exhibiting a wide range of additive technologies and 3D scanning devices at TCT Show 2016 next week.
With one of the biggest stands on the show floor, Laser Lines will be showing off a fully operating Stratasys J750 3D printer, the world’s first 3D printer capable of working with 360,000 different colours, along with a range of other PolyJet and FDM systems.
The company will also have the SLM 280HL metal 3D printing system on the stand, manufactured by German company, SLM Solutions which was recently acquired by GE.
Other highlights on the stand include:
- Stratasys Fortus 450mc - Fast, and with high-capacity material options, the 450mc can print for two weeks straight, unattended. Laser Lines says it will be demonstrating why it’s “the perfect platform for producing complex, demanding objects, such as circuitry and vehicle parts”.
- MakerBot Replicators - The 5th Generation device, and the Z18, which boasts the tallest build chamber of any entry-level printer. Laser Lines describes the desktop Z18 machine as “The perfect first step, or a supplementary workshop machine to run alongside an industrial printer, the Z18 can print parts up to 18-inches tall or, making full use of the additional build volume, produce several parts in a single run.”
- Evatronix Loupe+ 3D scanner - With a five-megapixel sensor capable of mapping up to 625 points of density in every square millimetre, the device is one of the most accurate scanners available, suited to mapping jewellery, hand-engraved pieces and even prosthetics.
TCT Show takes place on 28-29th September at NEC Birmingham, UK. Laser Lines will exhibit on stand E32. Visitors can register for FREE to get full access to the show floor and conference.