Multitron’s MD Duncan Grove will be on MENTOR’s Stand at Electronica 2016 and he will be able to introduce you to the most relevant MENTOR electronic and opto engineers to dicuus your product designs. Incredibly, MENTOR’s stand (always massive) will be 15% larger this year!
Multitron’s new base is the ground floor of the converted Gothic mansion shown above. Despite the rural-looking setting, Multitron is still based in Wimbledon Village, just 15 minutes from the centre of London. Our new Wimbledon location makes us immediate neighbours of the world-renowned Lawn Tennis Association Championships.
Still our favourite Exhibition, we’re immensely looking forward to the Electronics Design Show 2015, where you will find myself and a Senior MENTOR Engineer on our Multitron stand. We have a bigger stand this year and we’ll be easy to find, “chewing the fat” with lots of Design Engineer visitors.
With its near 100-year heritage as a leading electronic component manufacturer, MENTOR must be one of the longest-standing exhibitors at Electronica.
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.
Throughout Electronica, Multitron will be in attendance on MENTOR’s very substantial and impressive Stand 255 in Hall B5. Allow us introduce you to the most relevant of MENTOR’s many talented electronic and opto engineers who can give you practical, non-biased advice on your own current design project.
This is our favourite Exhibition – lots of Design Engineer visitors with whom to “chew the fat”! It is our opportunity to explain the many electronic design solutions within our arsenal that are not always searchable via Google.
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.
MENTOR will again be exhibiting at Frankfurt’s International Light & Building Exhibition 30 March to 4 April 2014. Do visit their stand G20 in Hall 4 to learn more about MENTOR’s unique competencies in the management of light.