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TCT 3Sixty 2023 a huge success for SYS Systems

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A hugely successful TCT 3Sixty 2023 saw SYS Systems open up the possibilities of 3D printing to a wide range of businesses who discovered Stratasys additive manufacturing technology at the exhibition.

The NEC in Birmingham played host to the annual 3D printing show on Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th June, with SYS Systems showcasing all five of the world-leading technologies from Stratasys.

Thousands of visitors walked through the door to witness the best in class for their manufacturing, design and prototyping needs, all while discovering the ground breaking new additions to the Stratasys 3D printing portfolio and developments to broaden the accessibility of additive manufacturing.

SYS Systems Sales Manager, Rob Thompson, said: “We have had a hugely successful couple of days at TCT 3Sixty as we presented the wide-ranging benefits that Stratasys 3D printing can bring to a whole host of different industries.

“From tooling and jigs and fixtures, to design and product development, there was so much interest in how 3D printing can enhance processes, not only saving time and money but improving part quality and efficiency.

“The interest in 3D printing is growing year-on-year, with more and more companies deciding to invest in additive manufacturing as the benefits to their business are becoming more apparent.

“I would like to say a big thank you to everyone who visited us at the show to discuss their requirements and we look forward to exploring these applications further.”

SYS Systems showcased the Fortus 450 and F370 CR from the FDM range of 3D printers, with the J35 Pro from the PolyJet portfolio. The Origin One machine proved to be a showstopper, with its exciting P3 technology unlocking even more potential for manufacturers.

A wide range of printed parts were also on display at the show, including those printed using SLA and SAF technologies, alongside displays featuring the latest in Stratasys 3D printing fashion technology thanks to Fabrix, allowing direct to surface printing onto many different types of substrates including cloth and leather.

If you missed SYS at TCT 3Sixty, fear not as the SYS Additive Manufacturing Hub is open for visitors all-year round. You can now book a FREE demo at the site in Derby or you can request a FREE sample part to be printed.