After a postponement of their 2020 event due to the worldwide pandemic, Rapid+TCT is back again in 2021.
It’s nice to think 2021 means a return to in-person events for the 3D printing industry, but such a return isn’t a linear proposal.
Rapid News Group announced their intent to hold the 2021 TCT 3Sixty event over three days this coming September.
It’s been a while, but it appears the first major 3D print trade show to take place in-person during the 2020 pandemic has succeeded.
In a move that could have been predicted, the organizers of TCT 3Sixty 2020 have decided to cancel the upcoming 3D printing event.
The spring 3D printing calendar is usually filled with travel to major trade shows, conferences, and events — but not for 2020.
Major North American 3D print events face a critical decision in coming days and weeks over coronavirus fears.
A significant outbreak of a coronavirus is affecting many things in China and beyond. But could this affect 3D printing?
What happened at TCT Korea 2019? Our correspondent Mark Lee was in attendance and provides a glimpse into the very different world of 3D printing in South Korea.
What happened at TCT Show 2019? We were there and provide an overview of our thoughts on this event.
What really happens at 3D print trade shows? There’s a lot more going on than just the exhibitors you see. We explain the inside story on trade shows.
Looking for concentrated information on 3D printing? Consider attending the 2019 TCT Show in Birmingham where over 300 exhibitors will show you their hardware, software and materials.
Should you attend a 3D printing event? Which one? We examine some of the most notable 3D print trade shows and additive manufacturing conferences.
RAPID + TCT 2019 was a busy week in 3D printing, with plenty to see and a lot to learn.
Several notable themes presented throughout the duration of TCT Show 2018.
Continuing to look at the highlights of TCT, announcements and partnerships come to light.
After a “big show” hiatus for me personally, I jumped back in last week and headed to the TCT Show 2018.
Desktop 3D printing mainstay Ultimaker continues to up its offerings for professionals with more materials-centered announcements today.
We’re on the road this week, attending the RAPID + TCT event this week in Pittsburgh.
The TCT Show, this year boasting its 21st edition, continues to go from strength to strength.