Keypads can be customised
Custom plastic injection and compression moulded components and bespoke metal products have been supplied by G English Electronics for over 40 years. It supplies custom silicone
rubber and membrane keypads and claims to off er market
for Sunon, manufacturer of electronics cooling fans, off ering a comprehensive range of AC, DC and the recently introduced EC fans and motors. The company specialises in the bespoke manufacture of zinc and aluminium alloy die- casting, sheet metal stamping and forming, welding, CNC machining, aluminium extrusion and
powdered metallurgy (sintering). The company additionally
leading technology in
backlit solutions with carbon ink, carbon pill or mechanical tactile applications. It is also the UK distributor
off ers rapid prototyping, tooling and contract manufacturing services and a range of custom- designed plastic housings with competitive tooling charges and unit costs and a quick turnaround of four to eight weeks from concept to production.
Visit G English Electronics at stand F170
Custom cables can be stocked for next-day delivery
It makes a lot of sense to buy a cable that fits a project’s needs perfectly rather than run several cables that almost do what is needed, says FS Cables. Some of the cables that customers need are composites using a variety of cables within a single outer jacket, combining coaxial cables with power and signal cables to run up camera masts, for example, or multi-core versions of a single core cable that have very precise electrical characteristics for monitoring. Others need cables combining diff erent elements, for example nylon tubes for pneumatic equipment alongside multiple conductors and specialist grade sheaths to protect against environmental challenges and chemicals. The company invites customers to talk through likely order quantities
and production times, identifying any potential pitfalls and discuss where savings can be made. Up to one year’s requirement can be ordered to be held in stock for next-day delivery. “You specify, we supply” says the company, with quantities, in some cases, as low as 100m. Customers with a regular
requirement for a particular cable may benefit from using the call-off order service. Contracts can be up to 12 months. Cable called off will normally be invoiced when delivered, spreading the cost over the length of the agreement. In most cases, the entire order will be manufactured in one go and held in stock for next working day delivery.
Visit FS Cables at stand G265
Discuss precision machined components
Claiming to have the largest stock ready for immediate dispatch, G & B Projects specialises in pillars and spacers. It will be showing nylon and brass pillars and spacers, steel pillars, micro pillars, screwlock assemblies and earthing bars. It also produces a wide range of non- standard parts and can carry out special machining projects. If you have a requirement for
precision machined components, the company off ers to engineer machined components from customer’s own drawings and invites enquiries for components and assemblies of all types, in all materials and in large or small quantities. Small quantity and prototype work
is carried out in separate premises within the Barnards Green facility,
A voice for the UK aerospace industry
Businesses in the aerospace sector and its supply chain are represented by the Farnborough Aerospace Consortium – FAC South East Aerospace and given a voice on the national and international stage. The business-winning trade
association with national and international members is the longest established aerospace and defence trade body in the UK, providing support to 300 companies. Benefits for members include
major networking and exhibition opportunities, regular conferences, awards events and the ability to tap into years of experience and expertise. The consortium can also help with recruitment and members receive
discounts on various services. Last year in the UK, the total civil
aerospace turnover alone was almost £35bn, with a 17% market share. The consortium believes the more
members it has the stronger its voice and the better for the industry and its supply chain. The consortium is led by veteran aerospace champions, CEO, David Barnes, and chairman, Sir Donald Spiers.
Visit Farnborough Aerospace Consortium at
Cables are tailor-made for critical connectivity and cable
From ladle cars in the steel industry to submarines in the oceans, Habia Cables’ custom cables and cable systems are developed to withstand the harshest environments imaginable. When a cable needs to be
exposed for fire, heat, acid, radiance, pressure or withstand millions of bending cycles and twist there are multiple things to consider in the design and choice of materials. With a long experience and expertise in development and manufacturing of wires, cables
assemblies, the company can help find the
yet cost-eff icient solution for a specific application, no matter how demanding or extreme.
Discuss your challenge and
explore the sample range of products at the show.
Visit Habia Cable at stand C95
Since 1984, Heber has specialised in providing electronics design consultancy, product development and manufacturing services for electronics control, sensing products and data collection systems. It works in a range of market sectors including industrial automation, security, process control, vending and commercial bathrooms and for large or small companies, individuals and start-ups. The Made In Britain member
provides design and manufacturing in the UK for companies worldwide.
Metrology products, including the recently launched eight- axis Quantum ScanArm, will be showcased by Faro. The eighth axis in the company’s Quantum FaroArm makes it the world’s first eight-axis portable co-ordinate measuring machine (PCMM), says the company. When combined with the
company’s Blu Laser Line probe or Prizm Laser Line probe, it becomes a 3D laser scanning system. There will be demonstrations during the show. The Laser Tracker Vantage will also be demonstrated. This high-accuracy, large measurement range, laser tracking device boasts MultiView cameras, SmartFind target detection and TruADM. It has a water and dust resistant IP52 rating.
The TracerSI Laser projector system
will also be showcased. This projects a laser onto a surface or object to provide a virtual template to allow operators and assemblers to quickly and accurately position components.
Visit Faro at stand A230
Electronics consultancy supports secure design Taking a collaborative approach
to help bring ideas and inventions to market, the company has extensive experience of electronic sensing, data processing, human user interface design, battery powered devices and power control system development. It has a number of rugged off -the-
shelf products, such as USB interface controllers that can communicate with peripherals, take measurements and control a variety of electronic and electro-mechanical devices. Various payment systems can be connected
which is a full tool room complete with conventional machines. Special machining projects include,
turning, milling, screw cutting, surface and cylindrical grinding and drilling. Sizes up to approximately 500mm in length and 150mm in diameter can be accommodated. All work is strictly monitored under
the quality procedures of BS EN ISO 9001:2008.
Visit G & B Projects at stand C130
Electronics assembly combines engineering and procurement
A wide range of electronic assembly services is provided from two sites in the UK by Fringe Electronics. It off ers PCB assembly, box build, full product assembly, test and many other services associated with electronics assembly. The procurement team provides
competitive pricing on materials from around the world, whilst the engineering team supports product development, design services, DFM and component alternatives.
Whether it is a one-off fast
turnaround order, scheduled deliveries or stocking arrangements, customers are off ered a tailored solution to meet their needs. All products are built to IPC-A-610 standards, inspected using AOI equipment and backed by ISO- certified systems and processes. With over 40 years’ experience
in CEM industry, it continues to invest in new equipment to meet the ever-changing requirements of
customers, a high standard of build quality, on-time delivery and cost- eff ective prices. The company says its approach to customer service is based on partnerships and personal service.
Visit Fringe Electronics at stand C70
and controlled with a wide range of security capabilities. Custom or semi-custom products can also be developed for your specific requirements.
Visit Heber at stand D35
Eight-axis measuring machine is portable
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