Solutions to New Fastening Problems

12th March 2008
Posted By : ES Admin
Solutions to New Fastening Problems

The Fastening & Assembly Solutions Exhibition is now recognised as the show that matters for engineers seeking to solve design, production and installation problems involving fastening and assembly.

Only here will you see showcased so many of the latest advances in fastening and assembly products, methods, technology and application practices. Entry to the exhibition is free, and visitors who pre-register in advance for a VIP badge have the advantage of some very special VIP privileges too! Included amongst these are a complimentary luncheon.

Here, by embracing all the latest fastener, fastening and assembly developments, design engineers will discover new ways of improving projects and products: production professionals will find quicker and more efficient methods of putting things together: and company bosses involved in manufacturing can see how to effect immediate cost-down opportunities.

Pre-registered VIP’s (subject to numbers) are eligible for: free parking, free exhibition entry, free tea and coffee, free complimentary luncheon, free museum entry. A package we are sure will enable visitors to “just get on with finding solutions”.

Recently awarded the prestigious ‘Large Visitor Attraction of the Year 2007’, the RAF Museum Cosford is surely a ‘must-see’ on the list of every engineer. More than 70 historic aircraft are on display, spanning 80 years of Royal Air Force heritage and history.

From the early ‘string and canvas’ scouts through TSR 2 and onwards, some of the finest examples of aeroplane design and British aviation innovation may be seen here. The newly opened Cold War Museum alone is worth the journey, featuring all three British V-bombers and a variety of other fantastic machines.

The Mach 2 Lightning, the high-flying Canberra, the delta-winged Javelin and the Short Belfast (rather unfairly nicknamed the ‘Dragmaster’ by pilots at the time thanks to early challenges with the rear loading ramp) are amongst many more machines in the outstanding new 8,000sq/m Cold War hangar.

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