Addition Design & Research Will Exhibit at TCT Show 2018

As an organization, Addition Design & Research is a relative newcomer to the 3D printing sector, however, this belies the extensive capabilities and skills of the team. Addition Design works at the intersection of additive manufacturing, contract research & development and high value design & engineering.

10thAugust 2018 - Sheffield, UK: Addition Design & Research, a company that specializes in providing end-to-end advanced design and manufacturing solutions using additive manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing technologies, has taken a stand at the TCT Show 2018. Taking place 25-27th September at the NEC in Birmingham, UK; the TCT Show is renowned for bringing the 3D printing and additive manufacturing community together in the UK and offering visitors an extensive opportunity to explore the latest developments across the industry.


As an organization, Addition Design & Research is a relative newcomer to the 3D printing sector, however, this belies the extensive capabilities and skills of the team. Addition Design works at the intersection of additive manufacturing, contract research & development and high value design & engineering. With an unbiased approach to these three disciplines, Addition Design and Research works in partnership with organizations from myriad industry sectors to push the boundaries of AM innovation and develop real business solutions that factor in improved functional applications, through process and material selection, as well as the all-critical economics of the process from design to final production.

At the TCT Show, the Addition Design & Research team will be available for one-to-one meetings to discuss new or existing collaborations, on-hand to offer insight into the company's extensive expertise and experience, and ready to offer neutral and impartial advice on how to take additive manufacturing to the next level within your organization.

For UK organizations that are looking for a primer on 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing technologies as a business solution, a serious consideration would be the first Addition Design & Research training course that will take place at the Advanced Manufacturing Park Technology Centre in Sheffield on 20th September 2018, just ahead of TCT Show. The content of this course has been specifically designed to help companies investigate and identify when, if and how 3D printing can be valuably integrated into existing workflows without bias. This realistically offers an excellent chance to maximize attendance at TCT and plan a strategic and informed visit that will benefit your company. Interested parties are invited to contact the organizers to book a place on the training course or to find out more.

Visit us at TCT Show: Stand K49:


About Addition Design and Research

The founding principle of Addition Design & Research is to maximize the real opportunities afforded by additive manufacturing and 3D printing through advanced industrial design and research. Addition Design & Research pushes the boundaries of Additive Manufacturing and industrial 3D printing and supports innovation through advanced research and intelligent design capabilities. As a contract research and development (CRD) supplier, with many years of AM process experience, Addition Design and Research is a dedicated strategic partner to its clients, providing end-to-end advanced design and manufacturing solutions.

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