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Tailored product demonstrations with igus experts

10 June 2014

igus is set to take its range of plastic bearings, linear systems, energy chains and cabling assemblies to customers’ premises and to deliver specialist on-site demonstrations for free. 

Tailored to meet the requirements of individual customers, this is said to enable engineers to gain knowledge and practical insight on how to apply igus’ products and technologies

 “The shows give design engineers the chance to explore and understand our products in greater depth,” said Matthew Aldridge, managing director at igus. “As each show is tailored specifically to the customer’s requirements, the time invested is really beneficial to every attendee.”
 
Held at a time and date that suits the customer, the on-site shows are fully interactive and give design engineers the chance to speak with igus’ experts to find the best solution for specific applications. Products, as well as samples and catalogues, will be available for customers to take away, and refreshments will be provided. 


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