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Omega Plastics heads to 21st TCT Show

omega-plasticsOmega Plastics, a manufacturer of injection mould tools and mould components, will be attending this year’s TCT Show, ready to network with other industry professionals and experts in the field.

The TCT show, which will take place from 28-29 September, brings together experts from the additive manufacturing and 3D printing industry, from industries such as aerospace, medical, automotive, industrial and consumer.

It also welcomes organisations working in upstream, downstream, competing and complementary technologies.

This year is the show’s 21st and on the agenda is a focus on insights, trends and real-life applications, provided by Royal Brompton Hospital and Caterpillar Inc, among others. Airbus AP Works and Siemens will also be presenting.

The team from north east company Omega Plastics are ready to network with some of the most knowledgeable professionals in the field.

In attendance will be managing director Gary Powner, sales director Norman Hoggett, north business development manager Michael Winship, south business development manager Andy Smith and marketing manager Jonathan Galloway.

The team from Omega will be there to meet professionals in 3D printing and prototyping; the stage before them in the plastic manufacturing cycle. The attendees will consist of manufacturers, designers, innovators and investors.

Norman Hoggett, sales director at Omega Plastics, explains why he is so excited to attend the event with the rest of the team: “This is our third time exhibiting at the TCT show and, as always, we are really looking forward to it.

“Over the past few years TCT has allowed us to meet some of our now, biggest customers and it has always been a success. The show lets us capture organisations in those early stages of design and provide them with our high quality, full turnkey service that we, at Omega, are very proud of.”

Find out more about Omega Plastics here

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