C & M Leussink Engineering will display its new Demmeler trestle system on stand 5213 during National Manufacturing Week 2007 at the Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre, from May 22 to 25.
The new Demmeler trestle system is said to increase the flexibility of the Demmeler 3D modular clamping system, and allows the operator to work on a flat surface that is maintained over two or more trestles. The Demmeler trestles are positioning on a flat rail that is set in the ground, and can easily be added to at any time to extend or expand the system.
All existing Demmeler accessories are compatible with the new 3D trestle system allowing the operator to accurately attach angles, stops and even clamps straight to the new trestle system or to the rail on the floor. The new 3D trestle system is said to increase the accuracy of any job built on it, while at the same time reducing setup time.
C & M Leussink Engineering will also be exhibiting the new 3m x 1m 3D Demmeler table in a five holed configuration. The extra holes make it easier to accurately locate and secure work pieces. C & M Leussink Engineering will also display a 3D Demmeler system attached to a scissor lift on its stand. This setup gives the operator the opportunity to select working height and is said to offer good flexibility.
C & M Leussink Engineering is a sponsor of Britek Motor Sport. Driver Jason Bright will be making a special appearance on C & M Leussink Engineering’s stand from 4:15pm to 5:15pm on May 24. Panels from the Ford Britek Motor Sport racing car will be positioned and clamped using a 3D Demmeler clamping system and displayed on the stand.
More information on the National Manufacturing Week 2007 can be acquired from Reed Exhibitions.