2020 Training Workshops

We're kick-starting our training workshops for 2020 this month with two sessions that will allow users to gain more insight into MASTA, as well as asking any questions on the day. The MASTA training workshops will provide an interactive session…

MASTA 10.0.3 ISO 6336 release

SMT is pleased to announce the release of ISO 6336:2019 in MASTA 10.0.3, the third major release of the international gear standard. This is available immediately for all users and evaluators, the latest release builds on the strengths and successes…

A Comparative Study of Polymer Gears Made of Five Materials

In the latest issue of Gear Technology, Software Engineering Director Dr. Paul Langlois produced a technical paper in association with Warwick University on ‘A Comparative Study of Polymer Gears Made of Five Materials’. The authors include…

Annual User Forum Conference in Hangzhou, China reaches great attendance

SMT is proud to announce the success of the 2019 Chinese User Forum in Hangzhou, China. Hosted and organised by SMT, the User Forum saw attendees reach over 100 with senior executives, engineers and professors all joining the event. Presentations…

User Forum and Scripting Training Workshop in North America achieves great success

SMT hosted their second North America User Forum on the 10 October 2019 at the General Motors Heritage Centre in Detroit, Michigan.

Scripting in MASTA 10

SMT is pleased to announce the introduction of automation with MASTA 10 through scripting with it's latest release.

Transmission Technology International: Scripting in MASTA 10

In the latest issue of 'Transmission Technology International', the technical team at SMT produced a technical paper on 'Automation via scripting'.