02 June 2021
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Join our experts to discuss fluid handling systems, structural adhesives, 3D Printing and product design with electrical, mechanical and thermal simulations

Design, Online are back on Wednesday 30th June, packed with useful tools within the design industry.
Editor Paul Fanning will join guests from LOCTITE, TFC, COMSOL and Stratasys to discuss fluid handling systems, structural adhesives, 3D Printing and product design with electrical, mechanical and thermal simulations.
Register for the full series or individually to watch live or receive a download link to watch later!

10AM BST

Discover Structural Bonding & Adhesives Design Performance

Hosted by LOCTITE

This webinar is about structural Adhesives including joint design for adhesive bonding. Bob Goss & Dr Julie Joseph, Senior Technology Specialists at Henkel Ltd will take you through various adhesive technologies including Epoxies, Acrylics, Polyurethanes, Silane Modified Polymers and Silicones.

Learn where structural adhesives are being used and how they can help you to reach new design possibilities.

11:30 AM BST

Quick Connectors for Fluid Lines

Hosted by TFC

Fast, safe and reliable connections for fluid handling systems.

ARaymond Quick Connectors offer a range of technical solutions for fluid connections in the automotive, truck, motorbike and off-road vehicles market; and increasingly in plant and power generation.

Found in many applications, Quick connectors are compatible with Fuel (liquid and vapour), EV Battery and engine cooling, SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction - UREA), Air conditioning, HVAC, Brake and Power steering.

2PM BST

Product Design with Electrical, Mechanical and Thermal Simulations

Hosted by COMSOL

Tune into this webinar to learn how to design products with coupled electrical, thermal and mechanical systems using the COMSOL Multiphysics® software.

In this webinar, you will learn about the ability of COMSOL Multiphysics® to accurately and self-consistently simulate coupled electrical, thermal and mechanical systems. We will also highlight how simulation apps can be used by engineers without a detailed background in computational modelling.

3PM BST

Novel Manufacturing Trends and 3D Printing within Industry 4.0

Hosted by Stratasys

Additive manufacturing is now a vital tool that supports and works in conjunction with traditional manufacturing methods to overcome shortcomings and help companies become leaner, digitise inventory and automate. Find out how additive manufacturing is helping organisations like yours become more agile and better able to cope with changing demand, shortages in the supply chain and more able to quickly meet custom orders.

Register for the full series or individually to watch live or receive a download link to watch later!

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Eureka Magazine

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