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Registration Opens for 2008 TCT, MM Live

Because last year’s TCT event was attended by more than 2,000 visitors, and because strong industry support for the new MM Live exhibition has emerged, the organizer of these co-located trade fairs has decided to open visitor registration early for the 2008 events in order to cope with heightened demand. Both TCT 2008 and MM Live 2008 will take place at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, UK, on October 21 and 22, 2008.

Rapid News Publications plc, the organizer of both events—TCT 2008, the latest edition of the well-established time-compression technologies show, and MM Live 2008, the micromanufacturing and commercial nanotechnologies event making its debut this year—confirms that admission to both will be completely free of charge.

Registration can be completed quickly and easily at the exhibition websites, and Also available at these sites are current exhibitor lists and further details about the shows.

With the launch of MM Live, this year will be a milestone in the history of TCT. Rapid News Publications has specially coordinated the events to bring together the latest developments in a wide range of technologies and provide visitors the opportunity to source the latest solutions and innovations for design, development, and manufacturing.

Free seminar sessions will take place on both days of the show. These seminars will be held in purpose-built theatres within the exhibition halls. Titles include “Introduction to Rapid Technologies,” “Rapid Machining,” “Technology for the Jewellery Industry,” and “Technology Overview of Micro Manufacturing.”

Unlike many mainstream engineering events, TCT and MM Live are dedicated to cutting-edge design and manufacturing technologies. Visitors can learn about opportunities and methods for giving their companies a competitive advantage.

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