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Product design, engineering and manufacturing event

30 January 2012

Develop3D magazine invites you to its inaugural product design, engineering and manufacturing event at Warwick University on March 20 2012. The single-day event will bring together experts from around the world, to give insights into what is coming next, the latest technology to give you competitive advantage and a host of genuinely new ideas to breath life into product development and manufacture, both in the UK and around the world.

The one-day event will feature presentations that will explain how digital design tools, 3D printing, sustainable design, digital scanning and new manufacturing technologies are aiding a sector looking to bounce back from recession.

Dell Precision Workstations will have an exclusive preview of as yet unreleased Intel technology under NDA. If you want access to this invite-only viewing, contact Richard Thwaites ( at Dell.

Geomagic, a leading provider of 3D software for creating digital models of physical objects, will be launching its innovative Microsoft Kinect-based scanning system at the event. While popular with Xbox gamers, the Kinect can be re-employed as a useable scanning device to capture anything in the real world and Geomagic's software can turn this into an editable and printable 3D model.

The day will also include the chance for a look around Warwick Manufacturing Group giving access to its facilities to see some cutting edge inspection, virtual reality and simulation capabilities at work. To register free for this event, click here.

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