3D Printing Leaders to speak at TCT Show Keynote Sessions

3D printing's most powerful global executives will deliver their personal insights during exclusive keynote addresses at TCT Show + Personalize, the UK's leading additive manufacturing, 3D printing and product development event.

C-Level executives from 3D Systems, Stratasys, ExOne, Mcor Technologies, Shapeways and MakieLab will all be on stage to share their wealth of experience across the full spectrum of 3D printing technologies. The TCT Show auditorium will be filled with designers, developers, engineers, investors, business owners and the media.

TCT Show + Personalize takes place on September 25th and 26th at the NEC in Birmingham. Each morning will begin with a bang - three back-to-back keynote addresses from the industry's most influential C-level executives. This is the first time that so many of the industry's executives have been brought together to speak candidly about their experiences with 3D printing.

Organisers of the free event — which is now in its eighteenth year — are proud to be hosting such a stellar roll call of industry forerunners to complement the 200+ exhibitors that visitors will be able to see on the show floor. In short, TCT Show + Personalize 2013 offers visitors the chance to touch and feel the reality of 3D printing today, as well as see visions of the future directly from the most influential members of the community.

The show is internationally renowned for promoting the latest in 3D design and manufacturing technology to the widest possible audience, appealing to everybody from 'hackerspace to aerospace' and this year's edition aims to build on past successes with its ground-breaking keynote sessions.

3D Systems CEO Avi Reichental, CEO of Stratasys David Reis and President and COO of ExOne David Burns will be representing publicly traded dedicated 3D printing companies with a combined stock market valuation of $9 billion, demonstrating that 3D printing is truly big business in its own right.

In addition to these titans will be Conor MacCormack, CEO of paper 3D printing innovator Mcor Technologies; CEO of Shapeways, one of the biggest global 3D printing marketplaces, Peter Weijmarshausen; and CEO of worldwide sensation MakieLab Alice Taylor, whose startup is now one of the most recognisable companies in the industry and stands at the forefront of the digital customisation revolution.

Duncan Wood, COO of Rapid News Communications Group, organisers of TCT Show + Personalize, commented: "We are excited to bring together such a strong line up of business leaders from the world of 3D printing to inspire, enlighten and signpost the future for our audience. To be able to hear from all of these individuals, for free, at a single event is unique and is something that we believe the TCT Show audience - whether they be a first-timer or regular attendee - will truly benefit from."

TCT Show + Personalize will take place 25-26 September 2013, Hall 3/3a, NEC, Birmingham, UK

The UK's definitive and leading Additive Manufacturing, 3D printing and product development technology show for every level of interest from hackerspace to aerospace. The eighteenth edition of this exciting free event will take place in Birmingham, UK in September 2013. The exhibition floor features the entire spectrum of 3D printing and additive manufacturing equipment as well as all the supporting technologies and software for scanning, digitising and inspection and for design and manufacturing. The show has a reputation for promoting the latest in 3D design and manufacturing technology to the widest audience possible. The 2013 edition will build on this success and harness inspirational speakers, cutting edge technology and incredible creativity to produce the must attend event of the year for everyone involved in concept, design and manufacturing functions across all sectors.

For more information or to register, visit: www.tctshow.com


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