Unlock Additive Manufacturing Intelligence
Whether you're ready to invest for the first time, looking to upgrade, need to optimise your existing machines or just want to absorb every bit of new information, we have everything you need in one place at TCT 3Sixty.
Having been integral to the growth of 3D printing and additive manufacturing for 30 years, we've built a strong community and connections so you will find everything and everyone you need to know at the event.
Our exclusive Event Hub will help you build a unique diary of conference sessions and meetings, discover recommended products and suppliers, and connect with peers.
Discover Your Application
3D printing and additive manufacturing has quickly become integral with bespoke and sustainable manufacturing across many sectors, and we connect industry experts and leading suppliers with anyone looking to either evaluate, adopt or optimise their AM strategy.
Whether you're looking to implement additive for the first time or you've worked with additive before and want to improve your usage, we're here with the knowledge you need across industry sectors.
Tailored Content for Your Stage of Adoption
The conference has been broken down to suit each stage of the adoption curve, whether you’re looking to take your first step or optimise your existing technology.
This means the CPD-certified sessions will be uniquely tailored to you, with speakers ranging from end-users to renowned consultants and educational institutes. We'll also cover future market trends, research, sustainability, the industrialisation of 3D printing and more, so you can immerse yourself in the technology and possibilities.
ASTM Short Course: Quality Assurance for Additive Manufacturing Fundamentals
The Quality Assurance for Additive Manufacturing Fundamentals short course has been developed with the experience of instructors who have delivered AM components into highly regulated industries, as well as being guided from industry stakeholders as to the key topics they wish to see in a course such as this. The key areas that will be introduced include requirements for delivering quality, as well as focusing on what makes AM different from a quality perspective when compared with other manufacturing routes. You will gain understanding in the flaws created in metal powder bed fusion processes, and some of the methods to manage their existence, as well as the potential consequences on structural integrity.
This is not a lecture on quality, but an interactive sharing of knowledge and experiences. Questions and discussion are very welcome!