23 October 2018
23 October 2018
Exhibitors at Advanced Engineering Show 2018, the UK’s largest annual gathering of engineering professionals, will be launching 60 new products, services or updates.
With its 10th anniversary set to be bigger and better than before, the 2018 Advanced Engineering show’s companies are showcasing their technical capabilities and cutting-edge products. Exhibitors launching new products include:
Allison Willis, Industrial Divisional Director at Easyfairs, organiser of the show, says, “If you are looking for innovation, if you are looking for the latest in high value manufacturing, Advanced Engineering 2018 is the place to go. It is a privilege to work with such amazing companies and help them to market their new products and services. If you work in engineering, you will broaden your horizons by seeing what they have to offer. So come along and experience it for yourself.”
Advanced Engineering 2018 takes place on 31 October and 1 November at The NEC, Birmingham. To register for your free ticket and for more information about the show visit www.advancedengineeringuk.com and follow on Twitter via #AEUK18 for regular updates.
Other companies launching improvements and new products, software and services include: Tebis, Comsol, Far̕ecla, CGTech, Sorion, Bott, Cristex, GOM, Alicona, Leader Chuck Systems, Evonik Industries, Jim Engineering, Total Control Pro, Carbolite Gero, Profibus & Profinet International, Seiki Systems, Third Dimension, EWAB Engineering, LK Metrology, Gratnells Engineering, Fibre-Tech Industries, Technifast, Cevotec, SIC MARKING, SikaAxson, Fluorocarbon Surface Technologies, Basaltex, MPA Group, MSC Industrial Supply, National Instruments, Granta Design, Sharp and Tappin Technology, Phoenix County Metals, Atlas Copco, Permabond Engineering Adhesives, Mecmesin, Pryor Marking Technology, Applied Thermal Control, Rotech Laboratories/Phoenix Materials Testing.
Photo provided by Advanced Engineering
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