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SUBCON SHOW PREVIEW


New investments come on stream T


Three shows reunite to create UK’s key manufacturing event


he Subcon, Advanced Manufacturing Show and The Engineer Design & Innovation Show


run from 6 to 8 June 2017, at the NEC Birmingham, and are complemented by 36 free-to-attend presentations in two separate conference streams. Together the three shows cover the complete manufacturing cycle from concept to component, design engineering, product development, in-house production and outsourced supply chains. Over 500 exhibitors will come together with thousands of visitors who have sourcing needs for equipment, software and manufacturing services. Subcon serves all sectors and all processes –


from machining, sheet metalworking, casting and forging, to plastic moulding, composites and electronics. This range of manufacturing technologies is reflected in some of the new services being featured at the show. For example, Hepworth Group has launched a new RIM Moulding Division, which adds an additional manufacturing option to its range of fabrications services; Kloeckner Metals UK has continued its investment in its processing portfolio, with the installation of a new laser


and press brake; and NikaWorks has partnered with Surgical Holdings to develop new functional coatings for surgical instruments. The machining services sector is strongly represented with new services, including the launch of a subcontract CNC cylindrical grinding at Perfect Bore. Also, Mini Gears Group will be showcasing its complete new range of machined components, and Qimtek is sponsoring the Buyer’s Programme and hosting a dedicated Qimtek UK Manufacturing Pavilion. Launched in 2013, the Advanced


Manufacturing Show covers every aspect of production technology, including machining and turning centres, lasers, press brakes, tooling, and ancillaries. As well as machine tool and accessory suppliers, including XYZ and 1st MTA, metrology is particularly strongly represented. Global metrology brands including Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, Zeiss, Olympus and Alicona, are joined by UK champions including Renishaw and Aberlink, as well as specialists such as Manchester Metrology, Verus, and Measurement Solutions. Together they cover all aspects of scanning, measurement and quality


systems from contact and optical CMMs, to laser scanners, 3D surface measurement, microscopy and automated systems. The Engineer Design and Innovation Show offers everything a design engineer needs to create innovative new products – from CAD and simulation software to prototyping and components. CREAT3D, will be presenting the newest 3D printer technology that uses a Nylon or carbon-fibre reinforced Nylon as base material and can incorporate Kevlar, fibre glass or carbon fibres to create a composite structure that can generate a higher strength-to-weight ratio than aluminium. Find out more about visiting and exhibiting at the three shows on the websites below.


subconshow.co.uk advancedmanufacturingshow.co.uk theengineer-designinnovationshow.co.uk


THREE CO-LOCATED EVENTS, THREE DAYS , ONE COMPLETE MANUFACTURING SOLUTION 6-8 JUNE 2017 BIRMINGHAM NEC


THE GLOBAL PLATFORM FOR MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES


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NEW FOR 2017


THE UK’S PREMIER SUBCONTRACT MANUFACTURING SUPPLY CHAIN SHOW


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FIRST FOR TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION


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3 SHOWS, 400 EXHIBITORS, OVER 30 FREE CONFERENCE SESSIONS The Engineer and The Manufacturer come together to deliver a programme of unrivalled educational content.


REGISTER TO ATTEND FOR FREE WWW.SHOWS.THEENGINEER.CO.UK


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