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Intrinsys at the Composites Engineering Show

05 November 2013

Intrinsys are to exhibit for the 3rd year at the Composites Engineering Show.

'Composites are a clear focus and core competence of our business,' says Darren Cairns, Director at Intrinsys. 'Dassault Systèmes V6 has a clear benefit to businesses that require a more integrated and consistent way of working across their organisation when they design and analyse new products in composite materials.'

Intrinsys will be demonstrating the capabilities of V6 to provide a single environment for lifetime management of new product from knowledge based innovation driven concepts through to lifetime service and end-of-life management. Using the products Intrinsys sell and support within  its own engineering services consultancy means that they have a better appreciation of how to ensure PLM works as well for SME's as it does large corporations.

Working closely with the National Composites Centre places Intrinsys at the very heart of the latest cross industry developments in composite design and development, manufacturing and service strategies. Techniques learnt and developed at the NCC will be the next generation best practice for UK businesses and Intrinsys look forward to sharing a glimpse of that future with visitors to the event.

Visit stand D206 at the show.





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