SYS Systems to wow TCT 3Sixty visitors with 100 different 3D printed components

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Visitors to TCT 3Sixty are being urged to witness the power of Stratasys 3D printing solutions when it showcases two of its latest products and more than 100 different components - including a 3D printed Mars Bar and a human heart.

SYS Systems, which is part of the Carfulan Group, will be showcasing the J55 Prime desktop 3D printer and the F370 CR carbon fibre 3D printer, the latter ideal for creating right-first-time critical components, jigs, fixtures and high-value production parts.

The company will be exhibiting in Hall 1, Stand C11 on 5-6 June, where it will have its technical experts available to discuss industry trends and production challenges.

There will also be hundreds of 3D printed parts of varying sizes, complexities, finishes and end-use applications for visitors to explore and get hands-on with, provoking conversations on how they can shorten lead times, change manufacturing methods and utilise different materials.

“We’re passionate about driving the potential of 3D printing to continue to push the boundaries of design and innovation across a range of industries and applications and events like TCT 3Sixty are perfect to do just that,” explained Rob Thompson, group sales director of Carfulan Group.

“The best way of showcasing the capabilities of the Stratasys technology is to let people get up close and personal with the multitude of products we can make on our machines.”

He continued: “This opens eyes to what is possible and stimulates conversations around cost savings, component strength, speed and how additive manufacturing can now be used for production-ready components in low to medium volumes.”

The Stratasys J55 Prime allows companies to go beyond visual printing by adding tactile, functional and sensory capabilities to the in-house design process, providing technology ideally suited for fast concept models and high-fidelity prototypes. Its small footprint means it can be easily installed in design and engineering offices.

Joining this compact technology on SYS Systems stand is the F370 CR, which is engineered to create high quality parts, from superior materials, that have a high-tensile strength and are chemical and heat resistant.

The carbon ready model can also make 3D prints in chopped carbon fibre for best-in-class components.

Rob went on to add: “TCT 3Sixty is the home of 3D printing and additive manufacturing in the UK and a must-attend event for designers, engineers and buyers looking to evaluate, adopt or optimise 3D printing and additive manufacturing within their business.

“We can’t wait to meet up with existing and new customers, supply chain partners and academic institutions who are using our solutions for R&D purposes.”

Stratasys 3D printing technologies is driving the future of design and engineering, providing state-of-the-art additive manufacturing solutions to companies across a range of sectors including aerospace, fashion, consumer products, automotive, medical and more.

As the UK’s only dedicated partner to Stratasys, SYS Systems is committed to helping businesses harness the full power of 3D printing, showcasing first-hand how they can design, iterate and create world-class products and end-use parts.