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Made In Yorkshire

On 23 May we will be in attendance at Made in Yorkshire, Yorkshire’s leading annual engineering and manufacturing event. Book the date in your calendar and head on down to Stand 71, where we’ll be exhibiting a wide range of exciting 3D printers and 3D printed parts for you to study.

In what will be its 4th annual event, this year’s Made in Yorkshire will be the biggest ever with over a hundred exhibitors and a thousand decision makers in attendance. We will be representing the additive manufacturing sector. Head over to our stand to see the latest 3D printers in action and to discuss the latest technologies available.

The event is FREE to attend for Made in Yorkshire & Made in the Midlands members, as well as buyers and manufacturing and engineering businesses and companies with a vested interest in manufacturing. Register at this page to get your free tickets. Please note if you are a non-member service sector business, there is a ticket fee of £75.

Where is it?

Made in Yorkshire will take place at the Centenary Pavilion, Elland Road, Leeds. The postcode you need for your sat nav is LS11 0ES. Elland Road is adjacent to the intersections of the M1, M62 and M621. Directions can be found here. There are plenty of places to park around the ground operated by Leeds City Council. If you are catching the bus from Leeds Bus Station, you want number 229 which is operated by Arriva.

We will be exhibiting the following 3D printers:

Markforged Mark Two 

Mark Two Markforged

The Mark Two can 3D print parts as strong as 6061 aluminium! It prints with nylon or Onyx as its core material, and where extra strength is needed, reinforces parts with continuous strands of composite reinforcement. You can print anisotropic and quasi-isotropic ply constructions for different levels of reinforcement. Supported composites include Kevlar, carbon fibre, fibreglass and high-temp fibreglass. Find out more about the Mark Two here.

Formlabs Form 2

The Form 2 is a stereolithography 3D printer. It can fabricate parts with highly complex geometries and intricate details in a wide range of proprietary resins, including dental resins, engineering resins and even a silica-filled Ceramic Resin which can be fired to create a fully ceramic piece. The Form 2 is the best of its kind and offers designers and engineers across all industries proven performance and reliability. Find out more about the Form 2 here.