Are you aware of how the latest Computer Aided Engineering technology could benefit your business?

Thursday 06 August, 2015

Are you aware of how the latest Computer Aided Engineering technology could benefit your business?

Are you aware of how the latest Computer Aided Engineering technology could benefit your business?

  • Do you have an understanding of the range and types of systems and technology available?
  • Can you identify the latest techniques that are being adopted?
  • Would you like to explore new innovations in CAE/CAD?

The IMechE (Institute of Mechanical Engineering) is holding the seminar Computer Aided Engineering For Bulk Materials Handling۝ on 24th September 2015 in London.  As part of the day-long program, Peter Guttridge, Chairman of Guttridge Ltd, is presenting the case study 3D Luxury or Necessity۝, describing the recent Guttridge implementation and day to day use of Autodesk Inventor۝.

Also supported by MHEA, SHAPA and the Wolfson Centre, the seminar will give you the opportunity to:

  • Review costs and benefits of moving from outdated methodologies to the latest technology
  • Update knowledge of systems currently used and determine how to better utilise the software
  • Discover how the latest CAE tools can improve the speed and accuracy of the design process
  • Learn how to integrate all the relevant design disciplines to avoid conflict and optimise designs

Key topics include modelling equipment and plant layouts of the future, structural design and fabrication, stress analysis, developments of laser 3D scanning and particle flow and DEM modelling.

For further information please go to the IMechE website   or download the event brochure .

Guttridge building

About Guttridge

With a foundation of 50 years of experience, Guttridge is a flourishing company, globally respected for delivering well-engineered, reliable materials handling solutions that continue to anticipate dramatically changing industrial needs.