01 September 2012
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We can solve your problem

Who solved your last fastening and assembly problem? It's a valid question – and the chances are the answer is one of the top companies exhibiting at the FAST & IASE Exhibition on October 18th.

The answer to so many engineering problems today is that teamwork was required to identify, resolve and implement both problems and solutions so the roadshow format of FAST & IASE has been found to be ideal for development of the relationships and information exchange that minimises time and maximises efficiency in a world which is greatly concerned with cost reduction, introduction of the new technologies and consolidation of the old.

Exhibitors are expected to again focus on low cost fastening in areas including anti-vibration and vibration-proof fasteners, mechanical locking, washers, captive fastening, press joining and clinching, as well as structural adhesives. This will enable design and production engineers to compare fasteners with a view to reducing assembly costs.

Positioned just outside the NEC the National Motorcycle Museum will again play host to FAST & IASE with abundant free parking, and the organisers have also arranged for a free bacon roll and brew to be waiting for all pre-registered visitors on arrival, as well as a free museum pass otherwise priced at £8.95.

To be amongst the first to see, discuss and evaluate new methods, products, practices and suppliers in engineering and industrial fastening, adhesives and assembly, simply go to the exhibition websites and pre-register now.

Entry to FAST & IASE exhibitions is free. One registration provides a badge valid for both events and pre-registration can be done at www.fastenerexhibition.com or www.adhesives-show.com

Paul Gay


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