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23 Dec 2015

IMAGINEERING GOES TO LMEE

Imagineering gets off to a busy start in 2016

One of the fun Meccano models of Michael Denny
Imagineering stand will be full of fun
The Robot Duck is always popular!
A scale model of a Cornish tin mine engine by Michael Denny

The Imagineering team will be taking a stand at the London Model Engineering Exhibition in the Great Hall at Alexandra Palace on 15-17 January 2016.

This exciting event, for retired engineers, professional engineers, young engineers and especially would-be engineers - and the Imagineering stand, in the Model Active Zone, will have all kinds of fun engineering and technology activities for youngsters - and Michael Denny will be displaying some of his amazing models. Youngsters can make-and-take home a working model that they have made in the Imagineering Workshp with one-to-one help from an engineer. They can have a go at Magnetic, Materials and Conductivity Challenges and learn how to send Morse Code messages (and how Morse Code works).

At the LMEE there is a full spectrum of modelling from traditional model engineering, steam locomotives and traction engines through to the more modern gadget and boys toys including trucks, boats, aeroplanes, helicopters and robots.

Over 50 clubs and societies will be present displaying their members work and competing to win the prestigious Society Shield. In total nearly 2,000 models will be on display.

There are also leading suppliers for hobbyists and model-builders where you can purchase virtually anything you need for your next model or project or to get you started in a hobby.

Come and see us on the Imagineering stand first - and grab some inspiration!

This is a great day out for all the family. For more information: http://www.londonmodelengineering.co.uk/

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