The School of Jewellery in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter is gearing up to host a special ‘future of technology’ event to celebrate the institution’s 125th anniversary.
The event, due to be held on August 20, has been organised for those associated with, or involved in, the UK’s jewellery and giftware industries who want to know how CAD and 3D printing could improve their work processes or business offering.
Guests will also have the opportunity to meet innovators who are using and applying various digital technologies available in the current marketplace, including additive manufacturing techniques.
An official press release says: “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 likeminded 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.”
The event will also include an exhibition of 18ct gold jewellery manufactured using direct metal laser sintering – the most recent addition to the additive manufacturing sphere.
Interested parties are invited to drop in between 9.30am and 5.30pm.
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