Canon showcases manufacturing experience at Advanced Engineering Show

LONDON, 30 October 2017 – Canon, leader in imaging solutions, will be exhibiting its extensive 3D product and service portfolio at this year’s Advanced Engineering Show at the NEC Birmingham, 1-2nd November. Canon’s stand (CM34) is designed to showcase its commitment to supporting the future of the UK engineering sector through 3D printing and CAD in-house printing.

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Kingston University rocket including 3D printed parts


Canon’s stand will highlight how 3D technology can help firms to efficiently and rapidly iterate during the prototype phase, allowing companies to quickly deliver innovative products to market. Canon’s CAD in-house printing technology will also be on show, helping companies to improve productivity whilst reducing the costs typically associated with the 2D and 3D CAD design and modelling processes. The on-stand team will be available to explain how the latest technology, including document digitisation and managed print services, can enable efficient communication and the fast sharing of ideas, essential for any forward-thinking business.

John Kirven, Proposition Consultant at Canon UK will be giving a talk at 3.20pm on the first day of the show titled, ‘How the most successful manufacturers create customer intimacy, attract talent, and enable their teams’. John will discuss how clear communication and strong collaboration is fundamental to achieving your business goals.

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