Ellsworth Adhesives Europe to Exhibit at Danish Electronics Show Elektronikmesse


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Ellsworth Adhesives Europe is pleased to confirm its attendance at the Elektronikmesse trade fair. Taking place in the Odense Congress Centre from September 11-13, E-18 is Denmark’s biggest trade show for the electronics industry.

New for the 2018 edition of Elektronikmesse (E-18), is the partner event R-18 Robotics Technology. As robots are now becoming part of everyday life, R-18 focuses on the benefits of the technology and companies from varying industries will be showcasing examples how this innovative technology has strengthened their businesses.

The Ellsworth stand at E-18 will display multiple dispensing robots including the Fisnar F4200N.1 Desktop Dispensing Robot and F4303N Advance Vision System, alongside the impressive new F1300N Rotary Dispense Table launched in August 2018.

Further equipment demonstrations will take place for the Kakuhunter SK350T II Planetary mixer, designed to simultaneously mix and degas materials, and the Dymax BlueWave 200 a UV curing spot- lamp for light curing of adhesives, coatings and encapsulants. 

In addition to the Fisnar robotics, Ellsworth Adhesives will showcase a range of materials designed for the electronics industry including sample materials for potting, encapsulating and thermal transfer. On day three of the fair, LORD Corporation Account Manager Mike Reynolds will join the team to share his expertise on the vendor’s vast product catalogue of electronics materials.

About Ellsworth Adhesives Europe

Ellsworth Adhesives Europe is a distributor of adhesives, specialty chemicals and adhesive dispensing equipment, the Ellsworth Adhesives product portfolio is huge and encompasses all of the industry’s leading brands including Loctite, Dowsil (Dow Corning), Dymax, Lord and many more.

From epoxy adhesives and potting systems, to conformal coatings and surface preparation products, Ellsworth Adhesives has a material to suit every application. Alongside adhesive materials, we also supply a wide range of manual and automated adhesive dispensing equipment including tips, cartridges and static mixers as well as dispensers and dispensing robots.

At Ellsworth Adhesives Europe we recognise that our customers have different needs. We cater to customers who already know the exact products they want and will supply them with a quick and efficient turnaround, yet we also cater for customers requiring a more technical, in depth service.

Whether you are working on a new or existing application and are wondering which solution will benefit your specific end product the most, our expert sales team can help! With our excellent technical knowledge, we can analyze your end-product and process requirements and recommend the material and dispensing system that will work best.

To learn more about Ellsworth Adhesives please click here.

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