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CNC machining shop – by courier


Distance and troublesome importing processes may be one of the major concerns for customers to bring in parts from overseas, says Suntium. It overcomes this by transportation via a courier (like UPS) to save valuable in-transit time and complicated documentation process compared with ocean freight. Established in 1981, the company


supplies parts and/or assemblies to customers in the hydraulic, pneumatic, medical equipment and fluid dispensing industries. It says its mission is to work


in partnership with a customer, to supply competitively-priced


products and services, conforming quality components, and on-time delivery. In-house processes consist of CNC turning, CNC milling, double-sided grinding, lapping and assembly. As an ISO 9001-certified company, it monitors quality during the process via MES and barcoding.


Visit Suntium at stand A240


Intelligent automation is part of the service


Design, automation, manufacturing, test and software capabilities will be showcased by TestWorks Group at Southern Manufacturing 2020. In addition to electronic and


mechanical design, from PCBs, sub- assemblies to complete products and systems, including casing/enclosure design, the company designs and manufactures automated assembly systems, vision and inspection systems, bowl/linear feeders, conveyors, elevators and bulk storage hoppers. Through a number of strategic partnerships, it also off ers cobots, low-cost robots, AC servo motors/drives and intelligent camera systems as well as a comprehensive integration capability. For manufacturing, it off ers PCB/


SMT assembly (two lines), cable and harness assembly, module, box-build and rack assembly, panel wiring. The company also designs and manufactures bespoke test solutions, from fixture-based functional testers to large scale, rack-based systems. The company also has experience


Thermal processing uses RF technology


Supporting Industry for over 50 years, Stanelco RF Technologies, produces special purpose induction heating systems and associated products. It produces equipment ranging


from 750W to 500kW and operating at output frequencies from 1kHz to 40MHz and in material sections once considered far too small to be processed, through to the heating of large steel pipes for the oil industry. The introduction of a smaller


RFP.75W unit processes high value components that require heating annealing, brazing and soldering. The bench-mounted system is part of a growing family, engineered to suit customers’ thermal process and component geometry.


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X-ray cameras and sources for NDT, laser systems for plastics welding, printed electronics sintering and light measuring devices for lidar applications will be showcased by Hamamatsu Photonics. Visit stand number N15


Floor standing GenStar Systems


equipment, with up to 500kW output, allows the company’s application development engineer based at the Marchwood laboratories, to select the most appropriate equipment for specific requirements.


Visit Stanelco RF Technologies at


stand H230 Digital services for smooth


production Among the machine tools and laser systems for flexible sheet and tube processing at Trumpf, the company will be highlighting its Smart Services. Customers can order parts via an app, monitor the condition of a machine and act proactively for a smooth production process. The company’s range includes


in LabView, TestStand, C++, C#, VB, Embedded C and SQL database development as well as machine control software for new and existing systems, including legacy system upgrades. The ISO 9001:2015 accredited


company is a National Instruments Silver Alliance partner, Beckhoff Systems integrator and has partnerships with Omron Automation, Automata, Hiwin Mikrosystem and SensoPart.


Visit TestWorks Group at stand D150


One-stop-shop solution for interconnect


Electro-mechanical connectivity used in varied market sectors, such as railway, medical, marine, telecomms and industrial, are available from Telegärtner UK. As well as selling its own brand


of products (Telegärtner RF and Datavoice components) the company also supplies a range of circular and D-subminiature connectors, coax cables, speech communication products and connecting systems from partners Binder, Provertha, Hummel, pei tel, PRO CAR, BDA and Habia Cable. Over the last 30 years, experience


and knowledge has been gained across a variety of assembly types, including coaxial, multi-wire, data, over-moulded and panel assemblies. This expertise can be used to off er


custom-made assemblies. Production sites in the UK and


Slovakia off er rapid prototype and pre-production service, by highly skilled production staff following IPC620C workmanship standard. VMI and supplier management,


kitting and subcontract services are also available with a choice of components and cable and design improvement suggestions on existing and new harnesses.


Visit Telegärtner UK at stand G70


bending, punching, combined punch laser processes, 2D and 3D cutting applications and laser


In-house facilities


develops parts quickly


Manufacturer of chain terminals, connectors, fuse boxes, relay bases and custom connectors for electrical, electronics and auto industries, Terminal Technologies (I) has an in-house tool room to develop and deliver parts at speed. Production facilities include


high speed stamping lines and injection moulding machines, both hydraulic and all-electric. The company says it has the capacity to produce up to eight million parts a day, including stamped and moulded parts. Practically all CNC machines


are available in the well-equipped tool room, says the company, to reduce the time of customer- concept to parts development to weeks. Work is sustained by a system certification of IATF 16949 and selective CE and UL marking on the products. Expertise in stamping and moulding can be used to develop custom-built parts for precise assemblies.


Visit Terminal Technologies (I) at


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Technical surface finishing of stainless steel, sub contract services for mechanical polishing, electropolishing, pickling, passivation and bead blasting are off ered by MMP Electrovibe UK. The ISO 9001:2015 and ISO14001:2015 accredited company provides technical surface finishing of stainless steel for companies in the filtration, pump, valve and mould tool industries. Visit stand number J140


welding and says it off ers all relevant laser technologies for additive manufacturing from a single source.


Visit Trumpf at stand D230


A bespoke management software system at Southern Springs and Pressings is now fully operational, allowing the team to provide more eff icient forecasting. Learn about the in-house design capabilities and manufacturing facilities and find out about the bespoke parts the company is able to produce. Visit stand number M170


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