26 October 2014
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EJOT launch ‘Application Challenge’ – win an iPad Mini!

Do you have an interesting, amusing or unusual fastening application?
Throughout October and November, you can challenge EJOT's thread-forming technology for a chance to win an iPad mini!

Can EJOT's threadforming fasteners advance your application design?
Challenge EJOT's thread-forming technology for a chance to win an IPad mini!


With its engineering fasteners found in countless applications globally, EJOT's prominence in areas like automotive, white goods and pharmaceuticals assembly is well documented. Far less publicised, is this global manufacturer's ability to provide solutions for challenges that border the 'unique' – from foam coffin assembly to military counter measures. From giro-technic hostess trollies to goldfish bowls.

Throughout October and November, EJOT UK is inviting designers to challenge its UK based Application Engineers, and put the company's expertise in providing creative thread-forming solutions, to the test. The most interesting application proposal in the eyes of a well known and very independent judge, will win a new Apple i-Pad Mini. All the usual confidentiality etiquette applies to any discussion, and the winner will be notified by November 30, 2014.

EJOT launched the challenge at the recent Engineering Design Show at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. Alongside EJOT's thread-forming portfolio, the company previewed many new fastening developments including mini-adjustment fixings for automotive headlamps and fog lights – plus the new E-Connectivity fastener; a self-piercing screw with high conductivity properties.


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EJOT UK Ltd

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http://www.ejot.co.uk/engineering-design-show

Related Companies

EJOT UK Ltd

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