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3D scanner accelerates measurements


The latest developments in 3D scanning will be showcased by GOM UK, including the ATOS 5 high speed, 3D scanner. Camera sensors and innovative


measuring and projection technology enable the system to provide fast and precise 3D measuring data to optimise and accelerate design and manufacturing processes, says the company. ATOS technology is used in many


industries, including sheet metals, tools and moulds, turbine blades, prototypes, injection-moulded parts and pressure die-cast parts. 3D measuring data allows for


comprehensive process and quality control. Regardless of environment, the scanner provides precise, traceable 3D surface data. Using the triple scan principle, areas that are diff icult to access are captured in shorter measuring times, explains the company.


New developments for the ATOS


5 allow for fast and interference-free data transfer via fibre optic cables, acquisition times of 0.2 seconds per scan and the ability to achieve maximum production eff iciency through automation in an ATOS ScanBox. There will also be the new


ATOS compact scan with 8Mpixel cameras. This compact starter model uses the company’s proven 3D measuring system for scanning and analysis tasks in industrial quality assurance. It measures areas from 40mm2 to 1,200mm2. The measuring volume can be scaled through interchangeable lenses and adapted to the respective object within a few minutes. Detail resolution and speed is possible with just one sensor head.


Visit GOM UK at stand L55


PCB manufacturing takes control in-house


Established 40 years ago, contract electronics manufacturer, Hallmark Electronics, has its own in-house PCB manufacturing facility. The company says that the in-


house facility provides maximum manufacturing control and flexibility. The three elements of PCB


manufacture, component procurement and component assembly are managed and controlled by the same team of managers and engineers, enabling the most cost-eff ective solutions to be engineered and produced. PCBs are tooled and components are purchased in formats to maximise the ease, eff iciency and speed within the component assembly process. Customers may purchase the


complete service of PCB, component procurement, assembly and test, just PCBs or just assembly. Volumes range from one-off s to 1,000s, delivered on standard, fast and very


fast turnarounds depending on your needs. PCB capabilities include high layer


counts, buried and blind via holes, via in pad filled and plated over and standard double-sided plated through, flexible and flex rigid versions. Assembly capabilities include SMD


UBGA, BGA, LCC, TQFP, QFN, DFN, 0201 and through hole component assembly, x-ray inspection, AOI and functional testing. Visitors will also have the chance to win a 3D printer!


Visit Hallmark Electronics at stand H55


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Induction coil is key to heating


For over 20 years, Induction Coil Solutions has worked in many industries, designing and manufacturing induction copper coils. It also off ers repairs: “There probably isn’t a coil that we can’t repair or modify in the industry,” it claims. Keeping generators well


maintained means less down time for production lines and longer generator life. Its engineers have


many years’ experience of servicing and repairing induction generators of all makes and models for a wide range of industries within Europe. It also manufactures water-


cooled power leads and includes development and consultation work, welding, brazing, workhead repair and transformer repair among its services. The company is also a distributor for the UK and Ireland of CEIA


Induction Heating Systems. Some of its systems will be on display at the show.


Visit Induction Coil Solutions at


stand J26


CNC routers, co2 laser cutting and engraving machines and fibre laser metal cutting machines are available from HPC Laser. Established in 2006, the company’s team of skilled engineers have delivered, installed, serviced and supported over 4,500 Laserscript machines across the UK into educational, domestic and industrial applications. The co2 machines range from 35


to 220W, with bed sizes from 300 x 200mm to 2,500 x 1,500mm. There is also a range of CNC routers with bed


sizes from 600 x 900mm and metal cutting machines capable of cutting up to 25mm mild steel. Many co2 models are available


with laser upgrade options depending upon the material and thicknesses to be processed. The clever modular design allows larger machines to be part-disassembled to fit through a single doorway. All Pro machines are covered by


a one year on-site warranty, with options to extend this up to three years. Machine accessories available include water chillers, fume filters, attachments for engraving rotary components and a full range of laser- compatible sheet products. Customers benefit from free of


charge, lifetime telephone support and on-site engineer support for more complex issues. Prospective customers can


see machines processing their designs and their materials in free demonstrations at the company’s Halifax showroom.


Visit HPC Laser at stand B26


Visit GTMA at stand D26


Modular design and laser upgrades adapt to needs


Be part of a sustainable aluminium future


Forging an essential link within the supply chain


Representing leading companies in precision engineering, rapid product development, toolmaking, tooling technologies, metrology and other critical manufacturing related products and services, GTMA has a committed strategy to focus on major market sector opportunities, from aerospace and automotive to medical and marine. Its work with OEMs and Tier 1s is a valuable resource


for buyers building manufacturing supply chains. Initiatives include the launch of the Manufacturing Resource Centre (MRC) dedicated to providing supply chain solutions. The representative body has over 75 years’


experience. Its aim is to “provide an essential link within the supply chain, providing truly added-value services for our members and representing their expertise to their customers”. The GTMA’s key aim is to help members to win new


business and to support them in that business to their customers.


When you choose aluminium from Hydro Extrusion for a design, you state your intent to create a product that’s strong, light, durable and climate eff icient; to be part of a smarter and more sustainable future. The company has 35,000


employees in 40 countries, combining local expertise, worldwide reach and R&D capabilities. A dedicated team specialises in developing profiles to create non- corrosive, value-added extrusions and turnkey solutions for a wide range of industries. The low maintenance and lightweight design can exceed the challenges of all environments, says the company. Aluminium extrusions can achieve


designs that are durable, high in strength and light in weight. The company uses its expertise to achieve weight and production savings which improve performance, enhance quality and increase cost eff iciency. In addition to extrusion, it off ers machining, welding, forming, fabrication, assembly, thermal break, anodizing, surface finishing and recycling in-house.


Visit Hydro Extrusion at stand C79


2-3 OCTOBER, EVENT CITY, MANCHESTER | 9.30AM TO 4PM (CLOSES 3.30PM THURSDAY)


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