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Take a day out at the RAFMuseum, Cosford with Fastening Solutions

30 January 2007

A fastening & assembly show for every engineer – mechanical, electrical, electronic, optical. Whatever your specialisation, we believe you can solve all your fastening/assembly problems in one place – the Fastening Solutions Exhibition at the RAF Museum, Cosford, near Wolverhampton on April 26th! To find solutions for today’s fastening and assembly or to build relationships for tomorrow’s challenges, engineers can pre-register now at www.fastening-solutions.co.uk. Pre-registered visitors will be entertained to a free luncheon on site and also entered into a free draw with 20 flying lessons being given away.

Organisers NewbyCom say: “The Fastening Solutions Show is now widely recognised as the best place to meet the experts and discuss any sort of fastening application need – I’m glad we have been able to make it even better this year.”

Pre-register or not, all visitors can benefit from meeting the UK’s top suppliers of equipment components and services for fastening, assembly, adhesives, tapes, application hardware, inserts, torque controls, and anti-vibration applications.

From 09.30 – 16.00 visitors will be able to enjoy Fastening Solutions hospitality of free parking, free tea and coffee, as well as free entry to the fantastic RAF Museum – including the recently opened (February 2007) brand new “Cold War” hangar featuring all three British “V Bombers”:

Further information regarding Fastening Solutions may be found at www.fastening-solutions.co.uk.


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