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Desktop Engineering to Exhibit the Aston Martin One-77 Cycle at the Composites Engineering Show 2012

17 Oct 2012

DTE will be showcasing the Aston Martin One-77 Cycle on its stand (652) at the Composites Engineering Show at the NEC, Birmingham, from 7-8 November, 2012. The limited edition Aston Martin One-77 composites bike was designed and manufactured by bf1systems and retails at £25,000.

The One-77 represents the pinnacle of composites engineering; a no compromise approach and bespoke design that pushes materials technology to new heights in an attempt to attain the ultimate in performance.

To celebrate this British composites success story, DTE will be giving away, on each day of the show, an Aston Martin driving experience at Silverstone. To win the prize, delegates need to guess the weight of the on-stand One-77 Cycle to the nearest gram. Entry forms will be available on the stand and the winner will be revealed at 4pm on each day of the show.

Desktop Engineering is an accredited business partner with Dassault Systemes and MSC Software, supporting the industry standards of CATIA, DELMIA, ENOVIA, Nastran, Patran, Marc, XFlow and Adams. Since it was founded in 1986, it has built up a team with many decades of experience in applying these technologies to major manufacturers and their supply chain.

At the show, DTE will be able to discuss how CATIA, the world’s leading CAD/CAM/CAE software, provides users with a broad range of integrated solutions that cover all aspects of product design and manufacture, enterprise competitiveness, task productivity and process improvement. In essence, CATIA enables the full spectrum of next generation collaborative virtual design.

If want to learn more about the latest innovations in engineering software or just want to enter our competition, then drop by the DTE stand.

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