Witness Accelerating 3D Technologies with SYS Systems at TCT 2017
SYS Systems is set to showcase the widest range of 3D printing innovations yet at this year’s TCT event at the NEC, Birmingham.
Over a period of three action-packed days visitors can expect to witness live demonstrations from 3D printing professionals at SYS Systems using the latest machines, including the new FDM F123 series, at one of the world’s leading 3D printing exhibitions.
Launched earlier this year, the new Stratasys F123 series comprises of three advanced compact 3D printers that utilise Stratasys-pioneered FDM technology to create rapid prototypes within the office environment.
Other machines on display include the Fortus 450mc, alongside a selection of PolyJet systems such as the Objet500 Connex3 and the Objet30 Pro. SYS Systems’ range of technologies will cover a broad spectrum of capabilities on the day that TCT guests will be able to witness first hand from stand D22.
In addition, the stand will have 3D printed models on display, including a Herman Miller prototype Keyn four-leg chair made using the Stratasys Fortus 3D printer.
This will be showcased alongside the finished Herman Miller product, which has been refined and verified faster since the implementation of this rapid prototyping technology within the company’s product development process.
This year’s TCT Show marks the 22nd anniversary for the event as the leading exhibition for 3D printing technology, bringing together a number of businesses and experts within the field.
Providing insight, education and innovation through real world applications, product launches and live demonstrations from leaders in 3D printing across the world, TCT is guaranteed to attract a highly charged crowd comprised of manufacturers, designers, business leaders, early adopters, innovators and investors.
On the day, visitors will be able to witness the advanced triple-jet Objet500 Connex3 3D printer in action. With the ability to incorporate dozens of colours into one detailed prototype, the Connex3 can build anything from vivid opaque to stained glass-like translucent models, with hundreds of blended hue variations.
Also on the stand will be the Objet30 Pro, ideal for consumer goods prototyping with the accuracy and versatility of a high-end rapid prototyping machine, but with the small footprint of a desktop 3D printer.
The Objet30 Pro’s offering includes a choice of eight various 3D printing materials, including clear, high-temperature and simulated polypropylene. And with the industry’s best print resolution; the Objet30 Pro gives you the power to create realistic models quickly and easily in-house.
Alongside live 3D printing demonstrations from SYS Systems, there will be a team of industry experts on hand to deliver advice and guidance for all of your 3D printing needs.
Make sure you register for free attendance to the TCT 3D printing exhibition