Mon, 08 November, 2021
Three TWI experts exhibited some of our capabilities at Advanced Engineering 2021, the UK’s leading annual engineering and manufacturing event for the entire engineering supply chain.
The event took place on 3 and 4 November, with TWI’s Chris Otter, Andy Brightmore and Josh Barras staffing a stand at the event to promote our offerings to both Member and non-Member companies.
The event had the theme of new technologies for supply chain continuity and manufacturing competitiveness, and provided an opportunity to meet, network, and discover the latest technologies with OEMs and supply chain partners spanning design, test, measurement, inspection, production, and assembly.
The scope of the event reached the key sectors of aerospace, automotive, civil, rail, transport and more, addressing matters including COP26, the manufacturing supply chain and the automotive EV supply chain.
Advanced Engineering 2021 also welcomed an all new ‘Enabling Innovation’ area, hosting 10 start-ups or innovators, showcasing inventions and innovations.
The show zones that were available to visit included those dedicated to aero engineering, space and satellite, composites engineering, auto engineering, performance metals engineering, connected manufacturing, and medical devices.
The TWI stand received a number of good enquiries from a range of new and established contacts, allowing us to showcase our offerings across industry.
Our extensive work in additive manufacturing, including laser based technologies proved particularly popular with the visitors to our booth along with coatings and surfacing, including thermal spray technologies.