I recently had the pleasure of attending an educational workshop at Imperial College, London, where participants in this year’s Shell Bright Ideas Challenge gathered to learn about 3D printing technologies. The Bright Ideas Challenge is an engineering competition for school students aged from 11-14, who are tasked with using their creativity, teamwork and stem skills to develop future power solutions. Using solidThinking Inspire, I demonstrated how simulation technology can be used by the students to explore how modern products are designed, tested and optimised in a virtual world.
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