On stand J26 at this year’s TCT Show (25 – 27 September 2018), Laser Lines, a total solutions provider of 3D printers and scanners, will be demonstrating the full spectrum of technologies, showcasing solutions from Stratasys, Formlabs, OR Laser, Desktop Metal, Makerbot and Evatronix.
Laser Lines will be demonstrating the value that metal 3D printing brings, with three different technologies that save money and time. A fully operational Orlas Creator will be running on the stand to showcase the benefits of metal printing for SMEs. A Desktop Metal Studio System will be on display for the team to talk about its benefits for engineers. Plus, Laser Lines will be talking about its upcoming partnership with Additive Industries, manufacturers of an industry-leading metal additive manufacturing machine that combines power bed fusion with multiple lasers.
Other products on show will include FDM machines, such as the Fortus 450mc and the Stratasys F370, the flagship model in the Stratasys F123 series. Polyjet will also be well represented, with the Stratasys J750 delivering true full-colour capability, enabling users to create prototypes that look and feel like a finished product.
Laser Lines will also be talking about a new deal with Formlabs, demonstrating its Form 2 machine that is one of the most cost-effective desktop production machines available today. Plus the entry-level Makerbot Z18 machine will also be in action.
Professional-quality 3D scanners will be on display too, with the EviXscan range of high-performance 3D scanners. Representatives will be talking to potential customers about how useful these models are for CAD engineers, especially when reverse engineering.
Mark Tyrtania, Sales Director at Laser Lines, said: “TCT is always an important show for us and it is a great platform to demonstrate the full range of metal, Polyjet and FDM solutions we can offer in conjunction with our 3D scanning capabilities with the Evatronix eviXscan range of 3D scanners. Our experienced team, including the bureau team, will be on hand to answer customers’ questions.
“TCT is a great show for showing prospects who are researching the capabilities of the different technologies, and how fast 3D printing is advancing. It is also a great place to catch up with existing customers to see how the systems we have installed are really making a difference to the productivity and business efficiency.”
Laser Lines has over 25 years’ experience in the 3D printing and scanning sector and offers the widest range of solutions across the different technologies in the UK. It is often the first point of call for customers who want to find out more about the realities of installing a system for manufacturing, rapid prototyping or reverse engineering.