Laser Lines shows its expanded Additive Manufacturing portfolio at TCT 2022
Additive manufacturing systems using different technologies will be on show at Laser Lines’ stand H45 at TCT 2022. Operational systems at the event include the Stratasys J35 Pro, Stratasys F370CR and Makerbot Method CF. Also on display will be the F770, H350 and Origin One from Stratasys alongside the Xact Metal XM200C.
Mark Tyrtania, Sales Director at Laser Lines, said: “As a Stratasys Platinum Partner, our current FDM and Polyjet system portfolio is expanding deeper into the manufacturing space.
“With the introduction of three new technologies including Selective Absorption Fusion (SAF), Stereolithography (SLA) and P3 polymerisation, we have a solution for anyone looking for realistic prototyping and the latest in Industry 4.0 manufacturing solutions for jigs, fixtures and industrial-grade parts.”
There will be live demonstrations on the stand, and Laser Lines will have plenty of part samples available. A full end-to-end manufacturing solution with DyeMansion post-processing technology will also be highlighted and the full additive manufacturing (AM) portfolio is further strengthened by Xact Metal’s affordable 3D printer range, which will also be on display. Laser Lines’ expert team will be on hand to share information on the many materials available and answer customer queries.
Mark adds: “TCT is a great show for customers and prospects alike who are researching technologies to see which ones will work best for them. Our team of experts are available to explain and answer technical queries across the full spectrum of 3D printing technologies. Our expertise as the longest supplier of 3D printing and AM systems in the UK and the breadth of solutions we offer means we can help customers choose the right solution for their application.”
Customers wanting to see the solutions at the show should visit the stand or book a briefing ahead of time by contacting Laser Lines on 01295 672599. If you want to see AM machines in action after the show, visits to the Digital Manufacturing Centre (DMC) can be arranged by appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.