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Frewer Engineering to Speak at Advanced Engineering 2019

Matthew Jeffreys, Frewer's Divisional Head of Composite Structures, will be giving a talk at the Advanced Engineering show at the NEC (Birmingham) on the Wednesday the 30th of October. Matthew will be giving an insight...

Frewer Engineering Announces New Divisional Manager

Frewer Engineering has announced its new Divisional Head of Composites & Advanced Structures, Matthew Jeffreys.

Mathew brings a wealth of knowledge from his days at McLaren Formula 1 as a design senior to our marine...

Frewer Engineering Combines Lightweight Composite Structures with CFD

Carbon composite structures for use in the marine defence industry continue to play a large part of our business activity. Frewer Engineering says it is unique in that the company can combine lightweight composite structures...

Frewer Engineering Add CAD Software to its Portfolio

Due to customer demand, Frewer Engineer are in the process of enabling some of its old licences of PTC Pro/E, turning them into the latest versions of this now powerful 3D design tool, PTC Creo....

Advanced Composite Structures at Frewer Engineering

The composite design consultancy at Frewer Engineering says it continues to develop extremely advanced solutions for the design of weight critical and function critical components.

The need to optimise structures and spit out information for...

Frewer Engineering Discusses its Work in the Marine Sector

Frewer Engineering have been busy designing both carbon composite amphibious vehicles for marine use along with working on complex composite structures for submarine applications in the defence industry.

The company says composite structural optimisation for...

Frewer Engineering Develops its Analysis Prediction Techniques

Frewer Engineering has seen its composites structures business become a very active area for them.

Historically, the company has used carbon and e-glass prepreg materials in its designs for their strength and stiffness properties.


Frewer Engineering Gives an Update on its Composites Business

Fewer Engineering has reported that the composites side of its business remains extremely active going into 2017, particularly in areas such as marine and aerospace.

High demand from its customers for high accuracy prediction of...


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