11 September 2017
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FAST Exhibition opens next week – have you registered?

The FAST Exhibition opens its doors to visitors next Thursday (21st September) at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford in Cambridgeshire, and you can still secure your free visitor badge online to attend.

The FAST Exhibition will provide you with the opportunity to have face-to-face discussions with a wide range of fastening and bonding suppliers – and it is completely FREE to attend.

What's more, the exhibition is once again co-located with Engineering Materials Live, which certainly proved a winner at the Spring event.

Engineering Materials Live was launched specifically to meet the needs of engineering professionals who are tasked with sourcing and specifying plastic mouldings, composites, prototyped parts and advanced materials.

With more than 65 exhibitors confirmed for the co-located events, you can view the full FAST and Engineering Materials Live exhibitor list online

Running alongside the FAST and Engineering Materials Live exhibition will be a series of technical seminars delivered by fastening and materials experts, focused on helping visitors solve design challenges in fastening, bonding, lightweighting, materials selection and multi-materials joining. ALBIS, ANSYS, EMS-GRIVORY, Henkel, Intertronics and Staytite are confirmed seminar hosts at Duxford.

The Imperial War Museum in Duxford is home a very impressive collection of more than 100 aircrafts. As a visitor, you will have the opportunity to experience a tour of this decorated collection and get up close to WW2 classics including the Spitfire, Lancaster and Tiger Moth.

Entry to the FAST Exhibition at the Imperial War Museum is by pre-registration ONLY.

To register for free, please visit: http://www.fastenerexhibition.co.uk/register.

By pre-registering, you will qualify for a VIP visitor badge and claim free exhibition entry, free parking, and a free bacon roll and brew on arrival. The exhibition opens for business at 08:30 especially for those wishing to make an early start.

Chris Rixson


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