Digital Manufacturing Week

Monday, 09 - Sunday, 15 Nov 2020

Online

Join the National Composites Centre and the Digital Engineering Technology & Innovation (DETI) team on the High Value Manufacturing Catapult exhibition stand at Digital Manufacturing Week.

The event consists of three core events co-located together which take place on the single Digital Manufacturing Week virtual event platform. Featuring 6,000 attendees, 175 exhibitors and 225 knowledge sessions, the event provides an opportunity to engage, interact and learn about future digital manufacturing transformation. For more information visit Digital Manufacturing Week to register.

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