TCT Show 2016: Day One In Photos

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I’m here in Birmingham, UK this week for the bustling, announcement-heavy TCT Show. While the show may not be in the biggest hall here at Birmingham’s NEC (“the UK’s most exciting venue”), it is packed with booths, incredible equipment, huge (and minuscule) 3D printed examples, material samples, and more news and people to talk to than I could ever hope to cover in the two days of this event.

With many announcements coming out this week, stay tuned to 3DPrint.com for some of the latest news as we strive to keep up with the incredible amount of innovation being presented here at the show. I have also been talking with some great companies, from EnvisionTEC and Carbon to LulzBot and FELIXprinters, among many more. I’ll look forward to sharing details from some of the great chats I’ve had and talks attended soon, but for now I’m very happy to present, right from the show floor, a look into the 2016 TCT Show.

Presented without commentary (though there’s certainly a lot to say!) here is a look into just a bit of the NEC as Hall 3a looks for the next two days!

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3D printing is interesting for everyone — including Captain Jack Sparrow, it turns out…

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BB8 made by James Bruton of XRobots using LulzBot 3D printers

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[All photos taken on-site at TCT Show by Sarah Goehrke for 3DPrint.com]

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