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Design Rule exhibits at Engineering Design Show 2016

Design Rule will exhibit its range of 3D design solutions at the Engineering Design Show 2016, on stand D72. The exhibition will run between 19th - 20th October. We will be demonstrating the 3DEXPERIENCE design platform, alongside KISTERS 3DViewStation.

Product lifecycle management expert

Design Rule will host an online webinar that explores how companies can integrate product data management (PDM) and product lifecycle management (PLM) across the enterprise, using the SOLIDWORKS Connector within Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform.

On the 28 & 29th May 2016 the team consisting of Luke Austin, Ian Williams and Kosta Kyritsis attended the Spa 10hr event ran by Club100.

The event, hosted over the two days, was split into 4 rounds to make the club100 European championship, the 4 rounds were as follows;

Phil Jones, our in-house ENOVIA infrastructure specialist, has been working with the ENOVIA platform for over 16 years and 3DEXPERIENCE for over 6 years. Having previously completed his White Belt certification, he is now the first person in the UK to complete his 3DX Architecture Green Belt certification.

Phil Jones, our in-house Infrastructure Specialist, has been volunteering with SARA for over a year now and is on-call (when not at work) as a Land Search and Swift Water Rescue Technician.

We are currently looking for a PLM Developer to join our growing Product Life Cycle Management solutions team based in Silverstone.

Bob Hillier, managing director of Design Rule

Product lifecycle management (PLM) specialist Design Rule is hosting a webinar for companies who want to improve the way they create and manage project documentation for global teams. Design Rule will give viewers an insight into what they can achieve using Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform.

Northampton Knights Finish in 2nd Place

Elite Karting League (EKL) Round 1 – Northampton Knights

Meggitt improves document management with ENOVIA

Everyone knows the Wright brothers as the inventors of the modern aeroplane. However, not everyone is familiar with the reason they won the title. It was not that their machine was the first ever to fly, but because it was the first one that could be controlled while in the air.

Daytona Cup at the Race of Champions

The team consisting of Luke Austin, Kosta Kyritsis and Jamie Tanser, arrived at the stadium at 7am having never raced as a team before and with minimal experience in the karts they were to drive, Team Design Rule didn’t know what to expect from the race.

The karts were 125cc 2 stroke DMAX karts maintained by Daytona Motorsport.

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