The UK’s first sheet metal forum

Through collaboration between several technology leaders in the field of sheet metalworking, the UK’s first Sheet Metal Forum is being held in March 2017. This is an educational event dedicated to the needs of those whose business is focused on sheet metal fabrication.

The forum, organised by Trumpf, Wilson Tool, Voortman Steel Machinery, SafanDarley, Lissmac, Cutmaster Machines, Severn Machines and Bruma Machines, is designed to give technical professionals the opportunity to learn about new and future technologies, network with like-minded companies and discuss market demands in a minimally commercial environment.

The event is being staged at the headquarters of Wilson Tool in Swindon. Each day the programme starts at 9:00 and finishes at 16:00 with lunch provided. Currently the Sheet Metal Forum is being held from 7-8 March 2017 but, with places already in demand, a third day may be added.

Interested parties are invited to register for the event at www.goo.gl/efsPPt.

Trumpf www.uk.trumpf.com

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