Rock Hill, SC—3D Systems will bring its consumer and professional 3D content-to-print experience to the TCT Show + Personalize in Birmingham, UK, from September 25–26, 2013, where for the first time at a live show, it will demo its newly added direct metal 3D printers from a recent acquisition of Phenix Systems.
Also on display with be the company’s latest lineup of consumer and professional 3D printers, engineering and design software from Geomagic, and on-demand parts service from Quickparts, a service that allows buyers to have customized parts created.
Attendees also can browse the Cube Café, check out the Cube and CubeX 3D printers, see the newest full-color 3D printers in action, sample edible 3D printed sugar and examine precision metal parts. Visitors will be exposed to such consumer applications as printable fashion, jewelry and home design, as well as creative, gamified 3D apps like the new UK-exclusive Manchester United 3DMe that lets fans become their own 3D printed player.
3D Systems is partnering with TCT and Black Country Atelier for the Bright Minds UK Program and to introduce local teachers and students to the power of 3D printing in the classroom. Dozens of Cube 3D printers will be set up in a workshop environment for 500 teachers and students to experiment with a redefined education experience developed to spark the innovative and creative spirits of students at any level, all powered by 3D printing. 3Dsystems.com