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Another “hugely successful year” for SYS Systems at TCT 3Sixty 2024

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SYS Systems had another “hugely successful year” showcasing the latest Stratasys 3D printing technologies and prototypes at TCT 3Sixty 2024.

Thousands of visitors made their way onto the SYS stand over the course of the two-day event, held at the NEC in Birmingham on the 5th & 6th June.

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The stand featured the Stratasys J55 Prime, a desktop 3D printer that offers an affordable solution for creating fast, high-resolution and multi-material prototypes, and the Stratasys F370 CR, a carbon fibre 3D printer designed for producing high-strength, right-first-time, end-use parts including jigs, fixtures and production components.

Rob Thompson, Group Sales Director of SYS Systems’ parent company, the Carfulan Group, said: “We have had a hugely successful couple of days at TCT 3Sixty, showcasing some of the most advanced, state-of-the-art Stratasys 3D printing technologies on the market.

“It was great to meet so many new and existing customers at this year’s exhibition and it is exciting to see so much interest in our technologies and the sample parts we had on display at the show.

“In the coming weeks and months we’ll look to build on the success of this year’s TCT 3Sixty exhibition, helping companies across a range of industries to elevate their production and manufacturing processes.”

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Alongside several machines, the SYS Systems stand featured a range of innovative, highly-detailed prototypes and end-use parts, printed using Stratasys’ world-leading 3D printers and materials.

Group Marketing Manager of the Carfulan Group, Lewis Hearne, said:

“We are thrilled with the success of this year’s TCT 3Sixty. It was great to showcase our world-leading 3D printing technologies yet again, along with a selection of 3D printed parts for our visitors to get hands on with.

“Most importantly though, the event offered us the opportunity to share some of our expert service and support with our visitors. We feel it is our duty to try and educate the market, explaining how 3D printing and the solutions we offer can help companies to unlock even greater possibilities.”

TCT 3Sixty is the UK’s leading industrial 3D printing and additive manufacturing event. As the home of 3D printing and additive manufacturing in the UK, TCT 3Sixty provides designers, engineers and buyers with the opportunity to learn more about how they can evaluate, adopt or optimise 3D printing and additive manufacturing within their business.


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