Increasing adoption of additive manufacturing across automotive, aerospace & defence, construction & architecture and healthcare sectors, rising investment in higher capacity printers, technological advancement, and favourable changes in government policies are major factors boosting the 3D printing market in the United Kingdom.
The UK Government is paying a close interest to the potential of AM to attract and develop new business with:
• Business support and supply chain development through capital grants.
• Investment in upskilling the workforce through Knowledge Transfers and education programmes.
• Government incentives such as UKRI grants, R&D tax credits, and local growth funds.
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Birmingham: The Heart of ManufacturingMany of the world’s largest manufacturers are located in the Birmingham area, including: Jaguar Land Rover, JCB, Toyota, Bombardier, Caterpillar, Alstom, 3M, Boeing, Astra Zeneca and Rolls Royce maintaining the areas reputation as the ‘Workshop of the World’ and guaranteeing that manufacturing expertise and innovation continues to be found in the region.
The history of manufacturing excellence around Birmingham, combined with world-class air, rail and road links makes the NEC the perfect home for TCT 3Sixty. An increasing number of international exhibitors and attendees make their way to the event to see the latest innovations, authoritative speakers and make business happen. Air, road, and rail provide a gateway to 400 million people across Europe.