Plastic creates pillars of strength

Metal components can be one-off specials

Manufacturer and stockist of pillars and spacers, G&B Projects, will be displaying its extensive range of robust and highly adaptable nylon pillars. The standard range has round, hexagonal and micro specifications. Practically any body length can be supplied with metric thread sizes from M2.5 to M12 as well as imperial and US versions. The company can also manufacture custom sizes and specifications on request with fast turnaround, in many cases at no extra cost. An innovative insert design and

locating process and the strength and resilience of the solid body style and brass insert design, mean that all nylon pillars are inherently resistant to shock which can cause inferior products to fail. They also offer increased strength over wholly plastic parts and electrical insulation properties not attainable with wholly metal parts. Visitors to the company stand

will also see nylon and brass spacers (clearance and threaded), snap-in nylon pillars and spacers, brass and steel pillars, headed insulating bushes, metric screws, nuts and washers, screwlock assemblies and earthing bars. Almost every component can


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Visit G&B Projects at stands K74

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Exhibiting for the first time, Grenville Engineering offers a full fabrication service from laser cutting through to complete fabrication assemblies. It will exhibit along with sister company, Regina Industries. Expertise covers a diverse range

of sectors and the in-house planning department can support customers from the prototyping stage to low volume batch production. For over 30 years, it has maintained

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a loyal customer base providing a high quality service bespoke to the customer’s requirements underpinned by ISO9001 accreditation. It can also offer a fabrication service for CE marked projects (EN1090 Execution Class 2). Following a fantastic year of


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growth, the company invested over £500,000 in laser and press brakes offering a faster, more competitive service.

Visit Grenville Engineering at stand K103

Multi-coloured etched and filled stainless steel nameplates have been introduced to the range of label and nameplate finishes available from GSM Graphic Arts. By utilising both traditional and

modern production processes, the company offers the option of having multi-coloured infilled logos and text detail within a stainless steel nameplate. The text detail is chemically etched and then infilled for a durable, multi-coloured, high quality finish that is suitable for use as a logo badge, rating plate or even a control panel. Using the latest technology means

that there is no longer a requirement to have a 1mm gap between colours – making this an option for reproducing

coloured logos without compromise. As the colours are held within the

etched detail they will remain durable and long lasting even in the harshest of environments, says the company. It can produce the multi-coloured stainless steel nameplates with self-adhesive or fixing holes, as required, and offers both 304 and 316 stainless steel. Other bespoke labelling finishes

offered range from roll form vinyl labels to screen printed polycarbonate and polyester graphic overlays, anodised aluminium nameplates to metal enclosures, resin domed logo badges to 3D embossed aluminium logos.

Visit GSM Graphic Arts at stand R7

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be custom-made to non-standard specifications. The company has the facility to engineer machined components from a customer’s drawings. All work is strictly monitored under the quality procedures of BS EN ISO 9001:2008 and all products are RoHS-compliant.

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Supplier to the oil and gas, power, chemical, pharmaceutical and food industries, Flow-Technology is based in Brighouse, West Yorkshire. The engineering company supplies stainless steel and high nickel alloy components and has a large manufacturing capacity to provide one-off, customer-specified specials up to large batch stock items. All standard items are stocked in generous quantities and are despatched via a network of national and international carriers on a daily basis. The company has been

registered to ISO9001:2008 for the last 23 years and has over 30 years of experience in its field. Material certificates supported

by full product traceability is supplied free of charge and as a matter of course. Other specific documentation, such as pressure

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test reports or welding information can also be supplied on request. Products and services available

include, but are not confined to 10, 15, 20 and 60K fittings and adapters, BS5200 hydraulic connectors and adapters, fittings for PTFE hose and for hygienic applications, BS3799/ANSI B16.9 3K and 6K screwed and socket weld fittings and project management.

Visit Flow-Technology at stand Q61

First chance to see Lite Linke solutions in the UK

This year’s Southern Manufacturing is the first opportunity to see the new Lite Linke MTP Elite solutions. Gem Cable Solutions is the official UK distributor. It will showcase the cassettes, 1U and 3U chassis, MTP trunk cables and harness assemblies. Lite Linke only uses US Conec’s

highest grade (Elite) components and recommended equipment including Daisi-MT interferometers, Domaille polishing machines and Optek System’s laser cleaver. Products are customised to

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length, grade or colour of cable and connector option, while fulfilling orders quickly. Short lead times


With over 50 years of experience, Fluorocarbon Surface Technologies is equipped with the breadth of experience and technical expertise to assist customers in variety of applications such as corrosive, cryogenic or aggressive chemical environments, low friction, non-stick or hydrophobic, and thermal and UV resistant projects. Whether protecting a sub-sea

component, dissipating heat on a heat exchanger or eliminating exposure in a medical device, the company works with customers to understand their needs. Experience ensures it recommends the most accurate and cost- effective coating to add product value and a distinct competitive advantage, says the company. Its coating plant and conveyer ovens are capable of high volume

production, and large and small single batch ovens are used for low volume or one-off coating requirements. The F-LON range includes

fluoropolymers (PTFE, FEP, PFA, ECTFE, ETFE) and Sol-Gel ceramic technology. The company also boasts a strong partnership with major suppliers including Thermolon DuPont (Teflon) Whitfords (Xylan) Solvay (Halar), Arkema (Rilsan) and SBS.

Visit Fluorocarbon Surface Technologies at

stand N20

Investment expands flying probe capabilities

Flying probe testers work by in- circuit testing a board via a number of moving test probes. They have the advantage over traditional In-circuit testers of not requiring a dedicated bed of nails test fixture thus reducing the price for each board being tested. G&B Electronic Designs continues

mean customers receive the order within days, rather than weeks. Designers and engineers

address industry challenges and are constantly innovating and looking at new materials and ways of working to offer the best solutions.

Visit Gem Cable at stand K63

to expand its production facilities, with investments including robotic soldering and new EVO inspection equipment. It can combine in-circuit, AOI, functional, device programming and boundary scan testing, in one test system. It works from CAD data, and can quickly use this to take into account customer board changes and revisions. Flying probe, in the main, requires

little in the way of design modification to allow test access. With the ability

to probe on component pads, vias and IC legs, it can access parts that even the best in-circuit testers are unable to access. DFT analysis can mean required design changes can be done long before the product reaches production. Coupled with quick change-over times and the ability to be used in-line, flying probe makes testing quicker and easier.

Visit G&B Electronic Designs at

stand E109

Multi-coloured nameplates mix traditional and modern

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