Trumpf UK to Use MM Live

The organiser of MM Live 2010, Rapid News Communications, is pleased to announce that Trumpf UK, one of the world’s leading companies in manufacturing technology, has signed up to exhibit at the forthcoming show, which takes place at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, 19th-20th October.

Exhibiting for the first time at MM Live, Trumpf UK will take the opportunity to launch into the micro manufacturing industry its new range of ultra-short pulse lasers.

Kevin Roughton, Product Manager of TruMicro Lasers at Trumpf UK commented, “We have chosen the exhibition for the UK launch of our new TruMicro Compact 5000 Series of ultra-short pulse lasers, which are ideally suited for a range of micromachining processes including cutting, structuring, ablation and drilling.”

The company promises that a visit to its stand could prove extremely worthwhile for anyone involved in the manufacture of small to micro-precision parts.

Duncan Wood, Managing Director of Events at Rapid News, commented, “We are delighted that Trumpf has joined the event as it further confirms the importance of MM Live and the micro manufacturing sector on a national and international level.”

The start of 2010 has seen strong exhibition sales from the industry with many companies forecasting a positive outlook and continued growth for micro precision manufacturing in the year ahead.

MM Live is delighted to announce that several other companies will be joining Trumpf UK in making their show debut including: Newport Spectra-Physics, Laser Trader, INEX and Applied Laser Engineering.

Other leading manufacturing companies who will be making a return in 2010 include: Rainford Precision Machines, SwissTec AG, Hitachi High Technologies, IBS Precision Engineering, Rondol, Laser Micro Machining, Microfabrica Inc., Optimax, Accumold, Micro Systems Ltd, Olympus, plus many more.

MM Live is a global showcase for all aspects of the mass manufacture of small to micro precision parts, whether a company can make them to order or supply the machinery to mill, cut or mould. Exhibits cover the full spectrum of micro manufacturing techniques from laser cutting, welding, and micro machining to injection moulding, inspection & measurement, photo etching, handling and assembly.

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