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We are pleased to announce that AME-Group will be exhibiting at the TCT Show at the NEC Arena in Birmingham between 30th September and 2nd October.
The TCT Show is a leading event in 3d printing and product development, product design and manufacture. It has created a reputation as being the place to be for innovations in 3d printing and new product development.
After our tremendous success at last year’s event where our stand was very busy and created some great business leads, we are very excited to be going back for a second time.
With over 200 exhibitors at the event, it is the ultimate place to be if you are involved in the 3d printing or prototyping industry. As well as businesses there are a wide selection of keynote speakers at TCT, including industry commentators and innovators to impart wisdom and advice to all in attendance.
In 2014 there will be 10,000 attendees from more than 50 countries, all of which will have an interest in doing business with you or learning about the business. As TCT is free of charge, it is a great networking opportunity, so come down and see the AME-Group exhibition – we are at stand D29 - and see our innovative prototyping methods in action.
Running alongside the TCT Show will be Interplas UK. Interplas is the leading plastics innovation event in the country, attracting almost 400 exhibitors to its events which are held three times a year.
Plastics are an important part of new product development, often being used to in prototyping or product design before a product goes to manufacture.
Visitors to Interplas will be able to see an entire spectrum of plastic moulding and forming equipment and machinery – a vital part of the prototyping and manufacturing process – in action and do business with some of the biggest names in the UK plastics industry.
AME Group is proud to be amongst the many exhibitors to both of these national trade shows, where we will be able to demonstrate our expertise with prototyping and product design to the rest of the industry.