Taking place at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on 2nd and 3rd October, it will include a high level conference, free practical workshops and an exhibition demonstrating and promoting cutting edge technology and innovation from over 200 market-leading suppliers.
The 2013 Show will still remain true to the founding principle of catering specifically for design engineers, but will include a number of new elements.
The most significant of these will be the launch of the Electronics Design Show, which will co-locate with the Engineering Design Show, occupying the whole of Hall 2.
Further leveraging the strength of Findlay Media’s editorial offering, the Engineering Design Show 2013 will also see a new section specifically devoted to the engineering materials sector called Engineering Materials Live! The decision to incorporate this element of the Show is based on this year’s successful launch of Engineering Materials, the latest member of Findlay Media’s stable of design engineering titles.
An exciting new panel session has been added to the conference this year. Entitled, ‘Additive Manufacturing – what’s in it for me?’ it will be chaired by the Eureka magazine editorial team.
Featuring some of the UK’s leading experts in additive manufacturing it will advise delegates on the realities behind one of the hottest topics in engineering design right now.
But what does 3D printing really mean for design engineers? Is it really going to transform their working life? How can it aid them in their job right now and how will it do so in the future? When does it have real value and when is it simply the wrong tool for the job? This session will bring together the leading experts in the panel to answer these questions and many more.
Registration for the Engineering Design Show is free. Normal cost of attending the conference sessions is £95 each, but these are free for anyone registering and booking to attend a conference session before 20 September 2013.