The UK's leading 3D Printing & AM Conference
The annual TCT 3Sixty Conference aims to provide a thought-provoking platform for newcomers and experienced visitors alike, with an educational programme that encompasses technological advancements, business-critical insights, cutting edge industry applications and new academic research..
In 2023, attendees heard first-hand from users such as Ocado, JCB, Collins Aerospace, Natural History Museum, LISI Aerospace, Boston Consulting and Oscar winning Mackinnon & Saunders.
The TCT Group is now looking for speakers who can deliver compelling 3D printing and AM insights to inspire a global audience in June 2024. We are calling on the entire 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing world to ensure we have full representation and a diversity of voices for the program this year.
Presentation title, abstract (maximum 300 words), speaker biography (maximum 175 words) and a high-resolution headshot photograph can be submitted via the online submission form below.
Commercial and sales submissions will immediately be disqualified. Customer applications are encouraged and should be submitted by the end-user. The presentation format is 22 minutes plus 5 minutes Q&A.
An opportunity to showcase and increase the visibility of ground-breaking projects, research, and solutions.
Establish yourself and your organization as thought leaders and experts in AM.
Benefit from a sustained marketing campaign, with promotion of the presentation, speaker, and organisation before, during, and after the show.
Complimentary conference pass
Invitation to TCT 3Sixty VIP Reception – 4th June 2024
50% off TCT Awards Ticket - 5th June 2024
Networking opportunities to meet fellow speakers and conference delegates, to drive relevant business conversations and build connections with the AM community.
Construction & Architecture
Economics & Justification
Standards & Repeatability
3D Scanning & Metrology
IP & Security
Skills and Workforce Development
Originality - How original or novel is the information contained in the presentation? Are there innovative applications, ground-breaking technology and cutting-edge research presented? Does the presentation challenge the status quo or accepted norms? Originality is not only in the content. You cannot have presented this paper outside of your own business anywhere else prior to TCT 3Sixty.
Impartiality - Submission should be impartial and non-commercial in nature. Sales presentations will be rejected.
Objectives - What does the presentation seek to get across to the audience. What are the aims of the presentation? What will it address? What will be covered? Be clear on the elements you are going to present so we can make a valued judgement on the content of your presentation.
Audience - How many people will be interested in hearing this presentation? If you are presenting on a niche topic, that may preclude us from accepting it. Submissions that appeal to a greater audience may have a greater chance of being selected.
Technical Information - Our audience is highly intelligent and tech literate, if you need to delve into the technical to get your point across then please do so – depth of explanation and technical detail is highly prized by our audience.
Learning Objectives - Have you been clear with the audience’s learning objectives? What will the audience walk away having learned by attending your presentation?
Speaker Submission Form
If you wish to speak at TCT 3Sixty, please complete the form below in full and we will consider your submission in line with our published criteria.