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pistons, check-valves piston-cylinder assemblies for fluid control and high pressure systems. Custom made parts for automotive and industry applications in materials such as ZrO2, Al2O3, Si3N4, Sic, industrial ruby and sapphire are also available. From Germany, VEXOS is a rapidly


growing supplier of customised solutions for electronic manufacturing services, PCBs and electro-mechanical components. Also exhibiting for the first time is Poland’s Transfer Multisort Elektronik, one of central Europe’s leading distributors of electronic products and components. Many familiar names return to the show once


again, among them Trans-Tronic, North Devon Electronics and Variohm Eurosensor, which showcases its new non-contacting range of rotary sensors along with combined pressure and temperature sensors and load transducers from its impressive portfolio. Connector manufacturers exhibiting in 2017 include Coax Connectors, LEMO UK, Molex and ODU, which is highlighting the recent major expansion of its ODU-MAC modular connector range, developed originally for military applications. Also returning for 2017 is Yamaichi Electronics, showcasing its range of circular connectors with a unique push-pull locking mechanism. Electronics is of course merely one component of a considerably spacious


exhibition that boasts pretty much anything else related to the manufacturing industry. Technology trails guide attendees through the event, allowing them to really make the best use of time at the show. Specialist areas such as for instance the live Machinery


Demonstration Zone, enable visitors to rapidly locate what they need. A small array of the products and services on view in 2017 include CNC


machine tools and machining centres, CAD/CAM tools, advanced adhesives, fasteners and joining technology, laser cutting, packaging solutions, labelling and marking, pressings, fabrications and enclosures, metrology and test equipment, coating and finishing, motors, drives and controls and handling and storage solutions. Beyond the exhibition and display


areas, the free seminar programme is an enormously popular aspect of the exhibition. The programme extends over three days in two theatres, targeting manufacturing and electronics respectively, covering subject areas encompassing technology, innovation, business management, design and discussions on the implications of the Brexit vote for manufacturers. Free access to such high-calibre technical and commercial knowledge is by itself a


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powerful reason to attend. A full list of sessions can be found at www.industrysouth.co.uk.


Entry to the event and the technical seminars is free, and FIVE Farnborough offers abundant free parking. There is convenient access by road from the M3 or by rail. A complimentary shuttle bus runs between the show and both of Farnborough's railway stations. To register, just go to www.industrysouth.co.uk. Exhibition visitors can keep up to date with the most recent show and exhibitor info by heading to the event's official blog, http://blog.industrysouth.co.uk, by following @industry_co_uk #southmanf on Twitter or by joining the show's official LinkedIn group at http://linkedin.industrysouth.co.uk


www.industrysouth.co.uk www.cieonline.co.uk


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