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BGA Gears 2018

Find EnginSoft at BGA Gears 2018

Date: 15 th November 2018

Venue: Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) Coventry, UK

Timetable : 9:00 - 17:00

EnginSoft have been selected to present at Gears 2018; the Annual Technical Awareness event from the British Gear Association (BGA) is a leading conference for the Gear Industry in the UK and this long running seminar is considered an essential event for manufacturers, distributors and academics involved in the UK Gears Industry.

Visit our stand to discuss your engineering challenges with our experts and learn more about the advanced Moving Particle Simulation method.

Book your ticket to join us at Gears 2018 held at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry: Official web site

Gears 2018 provides an outstanding forum to generate discussion and share ideas with others on all aspects of power transmission technology and the future of manufacturing within the UK. In addition to the cutting edge lectures and speeches from pre-eminent experts there will be plenty of opportunity to network with the leading Gear companies, manufacturers, distributors and academics. This will be your chance to share opportunities, discuss challenges and promote your interests to like minded people.

Don't miss our presentation: “Reducing prototypes and development costs by predicting oil splashing, lubrication and churning losses.”

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FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Caren Vay: c.vay@enginsoft.com

 

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