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Europac 3D Has the Biggest Stand at TCT Show


One of the UK’s leading 3D printing, scanning and inspection businesses, Europac 3D, is gearing up for their biggest and most informative stand yet at this year’s TCT Show at the NEC Birmingham, 25th – 27th September, Stand M26. Europac 3D will be showcasing the latest 3D printers and scanners and have experts on hand to discuss the entire end to end print process, as well as the latest developments in bespoke mass customised 3D printing and digital manufacturing.

The company will be showcasing the following innovations at their stand: HP Multi Jet Fusion, which delivers a faster and higher print quality at a 50% cost-per-part reduction; Siemens NX Software, which helps businesses develop innovative new products or refine existing ones; a range of 3D scanners from around the world, including Kreon ACE, Solutionix C500, and Artec; the latest technologies from Uniontech, one of the largest manufacturers of SLA 3D printers; and DSM.

To demonstrate the power of end to end solutions, Europac will be printing a range of 3D printed sunglasses. Moreover, the company will also be showcasing their collection of more than 50 bespoke sunglasses which have been mass customised using Siemens NX software and printed in under 12 hours using the HP Multi Jet Fusion. The speed of the HP machine coupled with Siemens NX and its ‘nesting capabilities’ allows a multitude of objects of varying shapes and sizes to be printed in a single print run.

“We will have our biggest and best stand to date at TCT this year and will be hosting 3D printing, scanning and modelling experts to provide visitors with a one stop shop for all their technical queries. Europac 3D will be on hand to demonstrate all of our latest projects and innovations. We look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand for what promises to be an unforgettable event,” commented John Beckett, Managing Director of Europac.

Europac 3D, headquartered in state of the art facilities in Crewe, Cheshire, has more than 20 years of experience in the field of 3D scanning, printing and installation serving a range of sectors and more than 500 businesses across the UK.

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