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Kingslake initiates Siemens Digital Manufacturing World Tour 2016 in Colombo

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As part of Siemens Digital Manufacturing World Tour 2016 in Colombo, two events will be conducted with the first seminar taking place on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 at Cinnamon Lakeside. 

 The seminar will focus on the new and innovative enhancements available within the Siemens NX solution suite in areas of design and manufacturing for the local mould, die, tooling, automotive and mechanical design industries.

Siemens pioneering the way to Industrie 4.0 is driving the Digital Enterprise by propelling forward the developments in electrification, automation and digitalization of industrial processes.

Resource personnel at this event would include Anshuman Prakash, who is the lead consultant for Siemens Mainstream CAD, Avalon D’mello - Technical Consultant Manufacturing and Arun Stevenson of the Digital Factory Division, PLM Global Sales & Services.

An innovative case study would also be presented by Benji Limited Operations Manager Sudath Fernando on how NX was used in manufacturing bra cup moulds and how savings were achieved as a result of the high precision within NX solutions and its ability to generate tool paths using non cad data files such as Standard Triangle Language (STL). 

The second session of the tour which is the Siemens Academic Partnership Programme seminar is scheduled for January 28, 2016 at Mount Lavinia Hotel. 
The aim of this event is to address workforce and education gaps and to support universities and technical institutes improve their ability to develop top-notch engineers and technologists for the PLM industry. 

The session will commence with the delivery of the keynote address by Siemens Industry Software Director Business Consulting and Strategy Rahul Sehgel and would be followed by Q&A and lunch.  

Those who are interested for one of the above events can register by calling Kingslake on 011 77 99 200 before January 26, 2016

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