Lenze will showcase its Automation platform at Appetite for Engineering on October 18th 2018, demonstrating how to make it easier to deal with the growing complexity of machine design by giving programmers and design engineers the tools, products and services required to improve performance and reliability.

Lenze will provide opportunities for manufacturers to consult with experts in machine automation solutions. “Our real advantage is the automation consultancy we provide for developing motion-control ideas & concepts, through to implementation of fully-optimised, complete automation solutions,” explains Neil Beaumont, Marketing Communications Manager at Lenze.

Lenze is a technology led organisation with a 70 year history of providing scalable, modular hardware and software. Supporting machine manufacturers at every phase of machine automation, from the initial idea and concept through to design, implementation and support, Lenze’s consultancy services are designed to optimise system effectiveness and cost.

Appetite for Engineering was created to provide the UK food and beverage manufacturing industry with a forum to network with peers and industry experts, while learning about engineering developments and successful implementations.

Chat to experienced engineers over a coffee and see the latest machine automation solutions. Appetite for Engineering takes place on 18th October at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry. Visitors will find Lenze in the main entrance hall.

Learn more about Lenze’s leading automation solutions at www.lenze.com.