The TCT show is the place to go in the UK to find out the latest and greatest from the world of 3D printing and additive manufacturing. This year’s show that just closed a couple of weeks ago had a great turnout of many thousands of people, eager to see what’s new from the vendors and systems on display.
Here’s a quick round-up of the show from the Objet perspective:
• IPF, one of my favorite 3D printing and rapid prototyping service bureaus was also at the show showing off its recently purchased, third Objet Connex500! Some fantastic models were being exhibited showing off the flexible and rigid materials, as well some great ABS-like parts. Check out Gary Miller, the head of prototyping at IPF in this nice video clip explaining what 3D printing does for his clients.
• Another interesting find at the show was a company called Rotite, a great advocate of Objet 3D Printing. Stuart Burns, Technical Director at Rotite, led a great seminar about his new widely-acclaimed connector device that was only made possible through Objet 3D printing. This product has already been covered by several magazines already including this article on Eureka.
Below, some more images from the Objet booth: