Attend free seminars at Electronex next week
Australia’s dedicated trade event for the electronics industry is on next week from 5–6 September at Rosehill Gardens Event Centre, with free parking for visitors.
Expo hours are 10 am–6 pm on Wednesday and 10 am–5 pm on Thursday. Trade visitors can register for free online at www.electronex.com.au.
Following the success of the free seminar program at previous events, this year’s expo will again feature a series of overview sessions on the latest leading-edge technology and hot topics. Visitors do not need to book for these informative sessions from industry experts that will cover a range of topics, including:
- Why some product development projects succeed, while others fail
- When to encapsulate
- Applications in 3D printed electronics
- Protecting your products from the elements with conformal coating
- How Industry 4.0 can help your company
- Testing challenges for design and reliability
- IoT and product development
Session times can be found on the show website: www.electronex.com.au.
The expo is now in its ninth year and alternates annually between Sydney and Melbourne. With over 90 companies represented at the expo and a technical conference plus free seminars, this is a must-see event for decision-makers, managers and engineers designing or manufacturing products that involve electronics.
This year’s expo will feature a host of new product releases as well as advanced manufacturing solutions as Australian companies embrace the move towards niche and specialised manufacturing applications. Visitors will see a wide of range of electronic components plus surface mount and inspection equipment, together with the latest test and measurement products and other ancillary products and services. Companies can also discuss their specific requirements with contract manufacturers that can design and produce turnkey solutions for specific applications.
The expo is only on every second year in Sydney, so connect with the electronics industry and head over to Rosehill Gardens next week.
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