25 October 2016
25 October 2016
In the past decade, John Burn has been a regular exhibitor at the Composites Engineering Show, part of Advanced Engineering.
Managing Director of John Burn, John Henderson comments, “This year the John Burn stand will showcase key products within its range including tooling and modelling board from manufacturers Sika-Axson, Base Materials and Trelleborg, as well as resins and pastes from Synthene and Sika-Axson. As always, we are aiming to increase awareness of our products and service, and look forward to sharing our expertise in advanced composite materials with the engineering community.”
Visitors to John Burns’ stand will be able to meet its technical team, which it says boasts a combined 100 years’ worth of knowledge and skills in tooling and composites. According to John Burns, this level of experience is currently unrivalled in the marketplace.
Visit John Burn on Stand K151 at the Advanced Engineering Show.
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