Manufacturers including Stratasys, Desktop Metal, Formlabs, Makerbot, Xact Metal and Additive Industries will be showcased by Laser Lines’ team.
Mark Tyrtania, sales director at Laser Lines, says: “TCT is always a great show for us. Having supplied additive manufacturing equipment for over 25 years, and with a portfolio containing over 20 plastic and metal 3D-printer solutions, Laser Lines is in a unique position to meet the prototyping, production and tooling needs of customers, as well as their expectations and budgets.”
At TCT, customers will have the chance to get up close and personal with the Xact Metal XM200C for the first time in the UK. This compact system is said to be suitable for producing high-quality metal parts at low cost. In addition, there will be a chance to see how Makerbot is bridging the divide between desktop prototyping and production with the Makerbot Method, as well as the latest SLA machine from Formlabs, the Form 3.
Also on show will be a range of FDM solutions for more demanding projects, such as the Fortus 450mc and the Stratasys F370, the flagship model in the Stratasys F123 series. Furthermore, the Polyjet Stratasys J750 will be on display, delivering true full-colour capability.As well as the Xact Metal XM2000C, Laser Lines will be displaying the Desktop Metal Studio System, which uses bound-metal deposition to offer metal 3D printing in a small footprint. The company will also be talking about the latest machine from Additive Industries, the MetalFAB1, for high-end industrial applications.