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Engineering projects can be personally tailored


Head lathes and mills provide 200k hours capacity


Following its successful debut at last year’s show, DKW Engineering invites visitors to its stand for advice and quotations for machined components and assemblies. The company machines


components in all grades of material, from 0.5 to 450mm diameter in turning sections and up to 1.0 x 1.0m in milling. Its suite of fixed and sliding head


Nine is a lucky number for Entech (Poole), which is attending its ninth Southern Manufacturing and Electronics Show, while noting that Britain is the ninth largest manufacturer in the world (Source: EEF 2016). Visitors to the stand can get help


with engineering projects, from the design stage, component drawing, through to manufacture and finishing, and final delivered assembly. The company champions engineering in the UK, providing a complete, personally tailored solution for any and every element of an engineering project. It offers customer service, keeps


your project with one sub-contractor, and offers all the advantages of a single point of contact. The company invites visitors to bring drawings or project requirements to the stand for help and advice as needed. The company is proud to have


ISO9001:2008 accreditation and has served a range of industries for over 27 years from MoD and aerospace to the leisure and automotive industries.


Visit Entech (Poole) at stand K115


lathes are complemented by vertical and horizontal mills providing over 200K hours of capacity each year. The company is confident it is able


CEM reduces carbon emissions and energy consumption


Established in 1984, UK-based contract electronic manufacturing (CEM) services provider, EC Electronics operates internationally, servicing customers with PCB, cable and harness and electronic product assemblies. Its manufacturing operation


to match your parts to the most economical manufacturing methods available.


Visit DKW Engineering at stand Q85


Five-axis milling centre has tool management


Manual and CNC mills and lathes, routers, 3D printers (from Stratasys), 3D scanners and laser cutting/marking machines are supplied by Emco UK to the education and industrial sectors. Machines are for a wide


range of applications, and are fully backed up by the UK after-sales service and technical support. At this year’s show, the


company will be showing the Emcoturn E25 high precision lathe with C axis, running Fanuc controls and the Maxxmill 350 (pictured), a compact five-axis milling centre running Siemens


Operate, with tool management and graphics for ease of use.


Visit Emco UK at stand Q86


Filters ensure cleaner, safer, Support spans productive workshops prototype to production


As well as its renowned oil mist filters, Filtermist International will be showcasing the wide range of products and services, designed to protect people by ensuring cleaner, safer, more productive workshops. Air filtration and


PCB manufacture and assembly house, European Circuits, aims to provide assistance and advice about PCB requirements and produce these requirements to the highest quality, on time and with excellent customer service, whether that is prototype PCBs or production volumes. The privately-owned company,


established in 1999, is headquartered just outside Glasgow, offering full integration services including PCB design, manufacture, PTH and SMT assembly, cable assemblies, test and full product build to the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.


Visit European Circuits at stand J7


extraction expertise includes the removal of oil mist, dust, smoke and fume, and the recent acquisition of Multi Fan Systems means the company can also offer VOC abatement, evaporative cooling, ventilation and cooling, production waste extraction, vacuum cleaning and conveying services. Experience in all aspects of


centralised extraction systems ranges from initial site audits and recommendations, to design, equipment supply, installation, commissioning and after-sales support. The company, part of the Swedish


Absolent Group, will also be showcasing its dedicated LEV (local exhaust ventilation) testing service. P601-certified LEV engineers provide CoSHH-compliant LEV testing for all


makes and models of LEV system - ensuring customers remain compliant with CoSHH regulation 9.2 which requires all LEV systems to be tested at least once every 14 months. Operating division, Direct Filtration,


will also feature on the stand to show visitors how using the right type of process fluid filtration can bring a number of benefits, from improving coolant life and reducing downtime, to keeping the working environment clean and reducing costs. A selection from the Coolant


Control range will also be at the show include coolant delivery systems from Loc-Line and Piranha-Cooling Line and are designed to withstand coolant pressures of over 5bar.


Visit Filtermist at stand Q128


provides new product introduction (NPI) services for initial design and production validation. Higher volume production is manufactured at wholly owned facilities in Romania and Hong Kong. Producing quality products is


paramount, with manufacturing processes that are ISO 9001: 2008-approved and workmanship carried out to internationally recognised IPC standards. In addition, it holds UL approval certifications for wiring harness supply to North America. Reducing carbon emissions,


energy consumption and recycling waste material has been the corner stone of its environmental policy


for many years, culminating in the achievement of ISO 14001: 2004 certification in 2012. The company regularly audits


suppliers to ensure adherence to internationally recognised standards for manufacturing and social responsibility. It is the first CEM in the UK to


offer low pressure over-moulding as a complete turnkey service. This cost-effective, technically efficient process can protect electronic components from dust, vibration and water damage.


Visit EC Electronics Manufacturing Services at


stand J73


Merger results in improved tool programme


Formed in 2014, following the merger of Dormer Tools and Pramet Tools, Dormer Pramet is a global manufacturer and supplier of tools for the metal cutting industry. The merger brings together an improved product program and more than 150 years of experience and industry knowledge. Core to its offering is a versatile


range of tools for general engineering and multi-application production environments. The full portfolio includes a range of indexable and rotary drilling, milling, threading, parting and grooving and turning tools. To help customers carry out


machining processes in the most efficient way possible, the company supplies training packages, a range of smartphone apps and printed technical material to simplify tool


selection, ordering and usage. There are 30 offices worldwide,


serving more than 100 markets, production facilities in Europe and South America and a distribution network consisting of five, strategically placed hubs.


Visit Dormer Pramet at stand Q97


British engineering innovates for shoppers


Celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2018, European Springs & Pressings counts globally recognized brands from a range of industries, and even the window displays of Liberty’s, among its key clients. Two factories in London and


Cornwall, and a stocking facility in Yorkshire, supply, proactive, innovative, Lean manufacture with engineering expertise in the spring


coiling, wire forming and pressing industries. Market reach includes the


automotive and medical industries, with businesses, large and small, seeking innovative engineering solutions and advice to deliver a tailored service.


Visit European Springs and Pressings at


stand J1 21 – 23 MARCH, FIVE, FARNBOROUGH | 9.30AM TO 4.30PM (CLOSES 3.30PM THURSDAY)


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