Another successful TCT Show for John Burn

upl387It was another busy show for John Burn at the beginning of the month. The TCT Show continues to be the biggest and best show for the rapid prototyping industry. In recent years it has been interesting to see the speed in which 3D printing technology has developed and TCT provides the ideal environment to investigate all the industry can offer you or your business.

At John Burn we’ve kept it simple and are pleased to promote the TierTime range of printers. The UP! Mini and the UP! 2 printers are the best in their price category and provide the perfect platform for value for money and ease of use 3D printing for all levels of ability.

We also showcased our fantastic range of clear vacuum casting resins from Synthene. These were very popular and caught the attention of many visitors who were looking for materials for prototype packaging, bottles and many other industry applications.

We also had a fantastic model on display, the ‘Super Normal Bentley’, loaned to us by a talented young designer, Hoe Young Wang. As part of his final year project Hoe Young, in conjuction with the prestigious motor company Bentley, explored the modern design processes available to the automotive industry designers. It was very relevant to the TCT Show and the technologies on display. The model was produced by Curvature Group and used SikaBlock M700 a polyurethane model board that has excellent surface finish characteristics and is easy to machine. Read more about the ‘Super Normal Bentley’ by clicking here. Our thanks to both Hoe Young and Curvature group for their co-orperation with the loan of the model.

We will be following up all the enquiries we had at the show in the next few weeks, with our Business Development team contacting customers and the Customer Service team sending out literature and samples. If you visited our stand, thank you. If you have an urgent requirement and want to speak to us about it then please call us on 0121 508 4144.

We’re already looking forward to next years show.