A firm favourite with the region’s engineering community, Northern Manufacturing & Electronics takes place at EventCity on 2nd & 3rd October...


orthern Manufacturing & Electronics, the North's top manufacturing

technology and electronics show, returns to EventCity, Manchester on the 2nd and 3rd October. The last event drew almost 3,000 manufacturing professionals from all over the UK. With around 250 companies expected to take part this year, visitors can expect to see many familiar faces, plus some exciting new companies taking part for the first time. Not surprisingly given the scale of

manufacturing industry across the region, Northern Manufacturing & Electronics has become a firm favourite with the region's engineering community since the first show six years ago. As the key event in the North for manufacturing, the show attracts many of the world's largest machinery makers running live demonstrations of all the latest technologies from 5-axis machining to laser cutting and advanced manufacturing technologies such as 3D printing. But for process engineers, it is perhaps

the variety of component vendors present that offers one of the biggest motivators to attend. Around 40% of visitors typically have components at the top of their shopping lists, and anyone visiting with similar intentions this year won’t be disappointed. Some of the products on show for 2019 include membrane keyboards from Calman Technology, TFT LCD displays from Crystal-Tech Electronics, and pressure sensors and transducers from ESI Technology. Luso Electronics will present a range of

power supply solutions from its global portfolio of manufacturers. Highlights include the latest modular configurable units from Excelsys, including the leading edge fanless design CoolX range. Other popular products on show include the complete range of Efore and Delta Electronics industrial and medical PSU’s, a range of medical and rail-specific models from P-Duke, the 1U high-efficiency range from N2Power and high voltage models from HVM. There’s also ruggedised connectors from Fischer Connectors and tough enclosures from Extreme Cases. Bespoke component makers include Protool Plastics, Peli Products (UK), J Coker (Rubber) and Whitehorse Plastics. Regular exhibitor igus UK returns for

2019, showcasing its popular energy chain, bearings, linear guides, flexible


cables, stock bar and stock plate materials. Igus’ maintenance- and lubrication-free products are designed to cut costs and increase the service life of modern machinery by offering enhanced corrosion, wear, environmental and debris resistance over traditional materials. One of the big new names for 2019 is industrial power transmission specialist Ringspann UK – part of the global Ringspann GmbH group. Ringspann provides a range of power transmission components for industry, plus associated hardware such as brakes, overload clutches and condition monitoring.

AUTOMATION AND PROCESS CONTROL Also exhibiting for the first time is Eurotherm – part of the Schneider Electric group. Established over 50 years ago, the firm provides process control, recording and automation, and has decades of experience in meeting the technical and regulatory challenges faced across a wide range of industries. Another well-respected name in automation and process control exhibiting this year is Tritec Systems - a UK-based systems integrator providing industrial automation and control systems, software, support and maintenance services to a variety of industries including automotive, renewable energy, food & drink, manufacturing, paper, pharmaceutical, process, water and utilities. Sub-contract services are another

important dimension to the show. Technology trails guide visitors around

Around 250 companies are expected to take part this year, including some familiar faces and some exciting new ones

the event, allowing them to make the most efficient use of their time. Specialist services on show include everything from electronics assembly, PCBs and custom wiring, through to specialist finishing, fabrication and complete machine build. Notable companies returning for 2019 include Turner Electronics, a specialist in SMD and cable preparation, PCB makers European Circuits and Scotland’s LCL Electronics. Other examples include Manufacturing Services, CIE Electronics, Wireco, Sharmic Engineering, Universal Fabrications, Jenks & Cattell, wiring harness specialist HTK Europe and Hallmark Electronics. On the production side are labelling,

As in previous years, visitors will be able to experience some hands- on demonstrations of equipment and systems

printing and traceability systems from Brady and Dakota Integrated Solutions, workspace storage from Bott and stock control systems from Talliscan. PACE Europe will showcase soldering, de- soldering and rework stations, while UNIS Group will be highlighting its industrial electronics repair and refurbishment services. A full listing of all exhibitors can be found at The free seminar programme is also a popular attraction returning for 2019. Over a busy two-day programme, presenters from both trade organisations and commercial enterprise, will address a wide range of technical and operational subjects in hour-long sessions running over the two days of the show. As with the show itself, admission to the seminar sessions is free of charge, making this an excellent chance to listen to world-class presenters look at the most recent ideas in manufacturing, engineering and industrial management. Entry to Northern Manufacturing &

Electronics 2019 is completely free to business visitors, and EventCity offers 3000 free on-site car parking spaces, with easy access by road, rail or air. To register online for tickets please visit the event website.

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