Win a 3D Desktop printer
Register for the Med-Tech Innovation Expo 2015 and be in with a chance to win a Stratasys 3D Printer, worth £7000!
Laser Lines will be showcasing the Stratasys Mojo desktop 3D printer at stand 57 – which one lucky Expo visitor will be taking home at the end of the two-day event in April.
The Stratasys Mojo is the most user-friendly desktop printers in our Stratasys range, using FDM technology it’s designed to be as easy and as fast to set up as an inkjet printer – yet powerful enough to meet the highest 3D printing standards.
The printer comes with intuitive Mojo Print Wizard and Control Panel software and an easy-to-use support cleaning system, the WaveWash 55, which lets you quickly remove and dissolve soluble support material hands-free. The Mojo’s 5”x5x5” build envelope can fit 80 per cent of prototype parts and it can print all nine colours of ABS Plus material.
When you want to get serious with 3D printing this is the best desktop printer out there. You just unpack it, put it on your desk and plug it in. You will be able to print real durable ABS Plus plastic parts immediately with trusted FDM technology.Mark Tyrtania, Laser Lines
Mark and his team will be at the Med-Tech Innovation Expo 2015 to highlight how additive manufacturing is being used to innovate in the medical device industry. With 130 planned exhibitors, the event is an excellent way to establish new supplier partnerships, discuss your design and manufacturing issues with dedicated experts and network with industry peers. Come and visit the Laser Lines team at stand 57.
And if you want to find out more about the growth of additive manufacturing in healthcare, watch out for Phil Reeves, MD of Econolyst Ltd, who will be talking on the Expo’s second day and giving his projection of future scale, based on historical growth.
How to Enter
Simply register here for free to attend the Med-Tech Innovation Expo 2015 as a visitor and you will automatically be entered in the free-prize draw to win the Stratasys Mojo 3D Printer. (You can also register on the day for a £10 fee but you won’t be entered into the free draw.)