PTC, the Product development company provides industry leading software to many of the leading engineering design companies across the world.
PTC’s software tools helps companies develop quality products quicker and cheaper and get them to market in the shorted time possible.
Hornby use PTC’s Creo software to design Scalextric, Hornby railway, Airfix and Corgi products. A great UK success story, the company uses PTC products from concept through to manufacture and documentation.
Root Solutions is a premier reseller of PTC software products licenses, training and support to Hornby and many other companies across the UK.
Boxford is the leading manufacturer and supplier of CAD/CAM systems and CNC equipment to Schools, Colleges and Universities. Boxford have taken the lead on manufacturing the car designs created by students.
CR Clarke specialises in the design and manufacture of equipment for the thermoforming and fabrication of thermoplastic materials. C R Clarke machines have been used extensively by schools to vacuum form car bodies and injection mould slot guides and wheels for the Scalextric4Schools challenge.
Bloodhound SSC are designing and building a car they hope will set a new world land speed record over 1000mph! Scalextric4Schools is working with Bloodhound SSC in getting students to design, make and race the fastest slot cars in the world.
Concept2Creation provides schools in Northern Adelaide with support and resources to give students experience of modern industry. C2C is helping to manage the Scalextric4Schools Challenge in Australia.
Peter Thompson at Bossley Park High School in NSW, piloted Scalextric4Schools in 2011 and is helping to manage the Scalextric4Schools Challenge in Australia.
Southern Model Supplies are supporting the Scalextric4Schools Challenge by supplying track and parts packs to schools in the region.
Sonnex Engineering are supporting Scalextric4Schools in Australia by laser cutting all chassis for the Cruze and Volt Challenges from 1.2mm steel.