The third annual Solid Edge University event was hosted by the Silverstone University Technical College at Silverstone Racetrack on 8th July 2015.
Mr Dan Wells, the lucky winner of an Apple iWatch is pictured above with Physical Digital’s MD Tim Rapley.
Mr Wells was a prizewinner at the event, which brought together users and experts to network and learn more about the new version of Solid Edge, ST8. Hands-on sessions were offered by the organisers, Majenta PLM and Prion Cutting Edge, while Physical Digital was pleased to sponsor the event and provide an Apple iWatch for the prize draw.
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The Physical Digital stand at the event drew many interested attendees, eager to hear about our 3D non-contact scanning and reverse engineering capabilities.
Tim Rapley welcomed the opportunity to meet with other CAD designers, saying: ‘This is always a great event, with well-informed and interested engineers who are keen to discuss their experiences with 2D/3D CAD modelling. It’s an opportunity for the industry’s leading technical experts to meet, participate in hands-on training and share our enthusiasm for CAD design.’
Silverstone University Technical College
The venue for the event was the impressive University Technical College at the Silverstone Racetrack, which caters for students between 14-19 years of age. Silverstone UTC enables students to specialise in a technical programme of study and offers progression into careers including High Performance Engineering and Technical Events Management.
The event cements our relationship with Majenta PLM, one of the Solid Edge University organisers. In April 2014, Physical Digital formed a partnership with Magenta PLM, the leading reseller of Solid Edge, to offer clients seamless workflow between Physical Digital‘s highly precise 3D scanning data and software within Majenta’s portfolio.
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