Vision Engineering, a global supplier of ergonomically designed unique stereo microscopes, digital inspection and non-contact measurement systems are pleased to announce the launch of a new digital handheld magnifier at this year’s Southern Manufacturing & Electronics Show. This year, the show is being held between 6th to 8th February in the brand new state-of-the-art exhibition centre at FIVE in Farnborough, UK. Vision Engineering Ltd can be found at stand H205.
At the show, Vision Engineering will be demonstrating key products from their range of visual inspection systems, including the award-winning Mantis, Lynx EVO, EVO Cam and the new Camβ – digital handheld magnifier. To mark Vision Engineering’s 60th jubilee and Southern Manufacturing’s 20th anniversary, there will be special competitions and promotions running across the three days. To take advantage of these, be sure to stop by stand H205 over the duration of the show.
The company will also be displaying the new Swift PRO, non-contact measuring system. The system provides superior edge detection with combined optical & video measurement technologies. Visitors to the show can bring along their own samples to see first-hand how robust, accurate and repeatable the Swift PRO is.
All Vision Engineering products represent cutting edge technologies and ergonomics, giving customers the ability to achieve a high level of quality inspection. This also leads to improved productivity and overall staff wellbeing. Their innovative, reliable and technology advanced products such as Mantis, Lynx EVO and Swift PRO shape the future of the workplace where microscopes and optical & video measuring are used.
Vision Engineering’s division of contract manufacturing engineers will also be on hand at Southern Manufacturing to offer advice and interpret optical and opto-mechanical demands to ‘production ready’ drawings. By visiting stand H205 you will also have the opportunity to receive guidance from the team on how to optimise your current manufacturing or production processes.
This year, the Southern Manufacturing & Electronics show celebrates its 20th year with an exciting move to a brand new state of the art exhibition and conference centre. It is expected to draw more than 8,000 attendees from a wide variety of vertical markets, including electronics, precision engineering, aerospace, automotive and more…