MENTOR’s Electronica 2014 stand features 17 large-format, fine-art photographic prints commissioned from Duncan Grove FRPS (MULTITRON’S MD!).

MENTOR’s Marketing & Communication Manager Mr Stephan Sost comments:- “MENTOR manufactures high-quality standard and custom precision opto, electronic and mechanical components; we tend to present these to Design Engineers in an efficient, engineering-focused manner.  The fact is that the design and high quality finish of our components results in them really making a difference to the overall look and perceptions of our customers’ products. For Electronica 2014 we thought it would be good to commission a series of fine-art prints of our components that reflects this.

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MENTOR R&D. Corona and rim - contour lighting light guides.

MENTOR R&D Development – Corona & Contour / Rim Lighting light guides. An opportunity to work alongside MENTOR.

MENTOR’s R&D guys always complain that they are too busy to take-on any more customer-specific projects (but they always do)!  I don’t reckon they can be that busy because in their “spare time” they have come up with two very interesting light guide developments, namely corona and contour light guides.  If I told you more I would have to shoot you but I am allowed to show you these images.

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Mentor Electronic Components

This is a short 1m 47 sec video detailing MENTOR’s near 100 year legacy and its unique competencies in many areas of electronic components, especially opto. It is a trailer for the full movie which runs for 11m 11 secs. We did warn you (!) but actually it does a good job of explaining what MENTOR is all about.

Southern Manufacturing & Electronics Show 2014

It was a bit of a strange Southern Manufacturing and Electronics Exhibition this year!  Multitron were there supporting our sub-distributors Diamond and Foremost but on the first day it was a very frightening experience.  The exhibition is held in a truly massive marquee construction (seems to be the size of Earls Court 2) and I wish it had been held there instead!

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