It was lovely to meet so many people last week at the engineering show.
As always this show reminded us what a friendly industry we work in. It was great to catch up with those we’ve worked with for years and make new acquaintances too. We were there with our new small step sander and new routing tools (as well as the usual composites training and consultancy) and the response we got was really positive. We will be filming some video of the new small step sander in action soon, so watch this space.......
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On an even nicer note we also attended the composite awards dinner hosted by Composites UK. Among the awards given was the lifetime achievement in composites/services to the composite industry award which went to Brian-O’Rourke. It was really interesting to hear his recount of the composite industry from the start of his career in the aerospace industry through to his longstanding work at Williams F1.
As I'm sure Rodney will tell you "all the best engineers went to Kingston polytechnic" or Cranfield University (or preferably both), pure bias, we know, sorry.
We would like to thank Clare Whysall and Sue Haliwell in particular for the evening, as it was clear how much effort they had put into the event, especially those table plans; 250 happily seated people in good company, that's no easy challenge.
Lastly a special mention to Harriet Little on her presentation on the evening, for her charity Whizz kids, she was excellent!
Looking forward to doing it all again next year.