Are you associated with or part of the UK’s jewellery and giftware industries? Or do you perhaps consider yourself a member of one of the UK’s other creative industries? Do you design or make ‘stuff’?
Have you ever wondered how digital technologies, like CAD and 3D Printing could add to or improve your working processes or business offering?
Would you like to discover how innovators in your industry are using and applying the various digital technologies now available?
Well now you can, by attending the School of Jewellery’s 125th Birthday Future Technology Event on August 20th which will be open between 09.30 and 17.30.
Here you will discover an all-encompassing array of the latest digital technologies and no matter if you are a CAD and 3D printing veteran, simply trying to stay on top of the latest development in the 3D printing space, or whether you just want to check out the latest CAD and 3D printing trends.
Drop in at any time to this ‘free to attend’ event, allowing you to examine the most up-to-date and emerging of the various digital technologies now available.
Attending this event will give a true overview of the many facets of current and future CAD, 3D printing/Additive Manufacturing, laser scanning and many more applicable tooling and technology solutions.
Whether you want to see CAD and 3D printing in action for the first time or perhaps you need to share your successes (and failures) with a like minded group of your peers then the best way to experience this is at this event.
Come along and be in the company of jewellers, designers, giftware manufacturers and other creatives.
There will be numerous opportunities during this day-long event to interact and network with the various technology vendors, fellow users and service providers as well as seeing a stunning exhibition of 18 carat gold jewellery manufactured using the most recent addition to the Additive Manufacturing stable of technologies, Direct Metal Laser Melting, which uses the precision of a laser beam to melt and fuse together fine gold powder in order to quite literally ‘print in gold’!