4th October 2016
Comprised of manufacturers, designers, inventors, business leaders and investors- all part of a community of advanced engineering professionals.
The Advanced Engineering Show acts as a hub for engineers and manufacturers, addressing the supply chain needs of industries like aerospace, automotive, civil engineering, motorsport and transport amongst many more. Hosting over 700 exhibitors in the largest open conference of its kind the show will gather a crowd comprised of OEMs and tier 1 manufacturers to encourage meetings and business between exibitors and visitors.
From stand P34, systems on display will demonstrate both Stratasys unique Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) and PolyJet technology, including the Dimension SST 1200es alongside the Fortus 450mc and the Objet30 Pro 3D printing system.
The FDM-powered Dimension 1200es printer is typically a prototyping system, producing unmatched durability and strength using ABS thermoplastic in a selection of nine colours. Also on display, the FDM Fortus 450mc system uses production-grade thermoplastics especially in producing jigs, fixtures, tools, end-use parts and functional prototypes.
Diamond manufacturer and SYS customer, De Beers, use a Fortus FDM system to produce production parts, R&D parts, prototypes and more, opening design and engineering avenues that they did not think possible. The exclusive De Beers video can be seen here:
Another printer on display will be the Objet30 Pro system, featuring the industrys finest print resolution for smooth surfaces, moving parts and thin walls. You will be able to see the power of PolyJet printing at the show, where you’ll witness 3D printing innovation with trained SYS professionals on hand to unlock your printing potential.
Apart from one of the largest concentrations of advanced engineering exhibits in the UK, the Advanced Engineering show also boasts exclusive show features such as expert industry intel, latest technology and innovations case studies alongside supply chain opportunities brought to you by OEM programme managers.