01 March 2011
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Motor museum venue proves popular for fastener and adhesives exhibitions

The choice of the Haynes Motor Museum near Yeovil as the new venue for the Southwest's first fastener and adhesives exhibition is proving popular with visitors pre-registering well in advance of the events on 12th May this year.

The FAST Exhibition (Fastening and Assembly Solutions & Technology) showcases all the latest developments, application practices and new products to have emerged in the field of mechanical fastening, and the IASE Exhibition (Industrial Adhesives, Sealants & Encapsulants) does likewise in the fast-moving world of chemical bonding.

The range of fastener products on show at the FAST Exhibition for the benefit of South-West manufacturers covers just about every type, method and process of mechanical fastening including press joining and clinching, hardware, plastic fasteners, threaded fasteners and inserts, and riveting machinery and much more. Manufacturers keen to explore chemical bonding options can view and discuss the latest options with experts in structural adhesives, thread-locking adhesives, hot-melt adhesives, cyanaocrylates, anaerobics, water based, conductive and polyurethane adhesives as well just about every type of adhesive tape available .

The shows take place on 12th May at the Haynes Motor Museum near Yeovil, opening at 09.00 and closing at 15.00 hours. The first 250 visitors to pre-register for the event will enjoy the added advantages of a free Haynes Museum pass (otherwise charged at £8.95 for adult entry) PLUS a choice of a complimentary cooked breakfast for early starters (served from 08.30 in the museum cafe) or a complimentary luncheon voucher instead.

Entry to both exhibitions is free and so is parking at the Museum. One registration provides a badge valid for both events and pre-registration can be done online.

Author
Paul Gay

Related Websites

http://www.fastenerexhibition.com

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