XYZ to host 3D printing seminar

18-219-XYZ-3D Seminar (MR)
18-219-XYZ-3D Seminar (MR)

XYZ Machine Tools has pulled together a selection of highly-respected keynote speakers for a free of charge 3D printing seminar to be held at its Burlescombe headquarters from 22-23 May.

The two-hour seminars will focus on the HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printer with processing and fast cooling stations, as well as providing the opportunity to question experts from HP and the 3D printing industry.

The morning seminar commences at 10:30 and is repeated at 13:30, with coffee and lunch provided. Anyone wishing to attend can register by calling 01823 674200 or emailing However, spaces are limited on each of the sessions, so pre-booking as soon as possible is essential.

In each two-hour seminar visitors will hear from Graeme Bond – who will offer an end-user perspective, giving attendees the benefit of his many years’ experience in 3D printing and additive manufacturing across many platforms, including the HP Multi Jet technology.

He is happy to answer any questions visitors may have. Other speakers include Paul Gately, HP business manager and Maryam Qureshi, HP applications, who will explain the myriad of possibilities available through 3D printing. Completing the speaker line-up is Neil Johnson, Siemens NX, who will highlight how easy it is to push the boundaries of what’s possible to create lighter, stronger and more efficient products using the Siemens NX software for HP.

“This is a fantastic opportunity to listen and interact with some leading lights in the technology of 3D printing,” said Nigel Atherton, managing director, XYZ Machine Tools. “3D printing using the HP Multi Jet Fusion is a revelation and has moved the technology out of the R&D and toolroom environment and into the production arena.”

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