3D Printing and design


Another 3D printing specialist at the exhibition, providing both equipment and bureau services, will be Reading-based CREAT3D, which will be showing the latest developments in additive manufacturing, including consumables such as nylons, high-temperature materials, composites and fibre reinforcements, metals, and flexible materials. Its team will share insider tips on how to successfully integrate additive manufacturing into an operation. Software for design generation, scanning, 3D printing, measuring and comparing the dimensional accuracy of printed parts with the model is also offered, such as Eiger for Markforged, Preform for Formlabs and Cura for Ultimaker.

An additive application wall on the stand will enable visitors to learn how other engineering and manufacturing companies, from motorsport and EV through to industrial equipment, end-of-arm tooling and robotics, have successfully applied the technology and the benefits they have seen in terms of savings in cost and time. Alongside the exhibition, over the three days there will be a free, extensive seminar programme of technical presentations, one of which will be delivered by the company’s managing director, Simon Chandler.

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