Next month’s Advanced Engineering Show promises to be one of the key events in the Engineering calendar, as senior figures from all tiers of the supply chain gather to explore the latest developments in aerospace; automotive; motorsport; transport and civil engineering.
At this year’s event, Paragon will once again showcase its rapid prototyping capabilities within the Automotive section of this growing Show. Experts will be on hand to discuss how 3D printing technologies can bring down product design times and costs, as well as support the production process itself through Additive Manufacturing. Visitors to the Paragon stand will have the opportunity to discuss our new large frame NEOS800 SLA machine, which offers one of the UK’s largest build platforms using next generation software and laser technology to build in rapid HD format, reducing finishing and delivery times significantly.
Working with companies like Nissan, JLR and JCB, Paragon’s quest for delivering the best models remains relentless. Paragon works closely with customers to produce highly scrutinised models, whether it be to visually present a new concept or to perform as per the finished product for testing. Ensuring that surface textures, colours and mechanical properties are as close as possible to how the final product will look, feel and perform, is Paragon’s specialism.
However ambitious your ideas or requirements are, Paragon has project engineers that are sure to relish the challenge!
We look forward to seeing you on Stand E31 at the NEC in Birmingham between 2-3th November 2016. If you can’t make the Show, email email@example.com or call +44(0)1325 333 141 to arrange a meeting to discuss your latest product development project.