Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2017 returns to FIVE, Farnborough, UK, from March 21st to 23rd.
The 18,000m² purpose-built venue, alongside Farnborough Airport in Hampshire, is almost completely sold out.
Around 800 firms from around the world are expected to participate, between them offering a variety of components, industrial equipment and services, from high-tech machining centres to contract electronics manufacture.
The show occupies an area greater than five halls of the NEC combined, and caters for pretty much every branch of manufacturing and engineering.
With a comprehensive selection of vendors covering both production hardware such as machinery and tooling, and components, it offers a opportunity to solve multiple sourcing issues in a single visit.
As the largest annual engineering show in the UK, Southern Manufacturing & Electronics attracts strong support from many major international machinery manufacturers who will be running live demonstrations throughout the event.
Some of the companies exhibiting include Haas Automation, Yamazaki Mazak, Unison, CMZ, Bruderer and many others. Matsuura will launch its latest machining centre at the show, and Bystronic will highlight its newest automation solutions.
Complementing these are a wealth of tooling and production equipment vendors, including 1st Machine Tool Accessories, Vargus, Roemheld, Nikon, Faro, Arno UK, Bowers Group, Dormer Pramet and hundreds of others.
A searchable database of products, services and exhibitors is available online.
Pre-registered visitors get a comprehensive free show guide on arrival, and those registering early enough will also receive a free copy of the show’s official preview magazine profiling more than 100 exhibitors, plus details of the show’s incredible free technical seminar programme. This information and the essential pre-registration is also available on the website.
Components and OEM parts showcased at Southern 2017 include HMIs, fluid power, drives and controls, connectors, automation, electromechanical components, wiring assemblies and many hundreds more. There’s also production hardware, from the latest 3D Printers to high-tech automated pick-and-place machines.
Factory equipment includes machine safety, stock control, labelling and marking, handling equipment and storage. There’s CAD/CAM and production management software, industrial heating and ventilation, cleaning systems, industrial furniture and consumables.
The event is also one of the key marketplaces for engineering subcontract services in Europe, offering a similarly wide selection of service providers from fabrication to electronics assembly, together with specialist suppliers such as electroplating, coatings, design and test services and heat treatments amongst many others.
The show’s ever-popular free seminar programme tackles a wide variety of technical and topical commercial subject that appeal to anyone involved in engineering or manufacturing, from business advice to reviews of the latest advances in manufacturing technology.
The programme for 2017 offers its customary high standard of presenters drawn from industry, academia and commerce.
A total of 28 sessions over three days will include an overview of advanced manufacturing and 3D Printing, enclosure design, Industry 4.0 and the regulatory significance of the Brexit vote.
All of the sessions are free of charge, although pre-booking is recommended. A complete listing of sessions and the online reservation form is available at www.industrysouth.co.uk.
To apply for tickets, click HERE.