The EIC/EMCW Expo will feature
more than 200 companies who supply either materials or process equipment
used in manufacturing electrical devices. This year, the event also
features five pavilions serving specific needs of manufacturers.
attendees are faced with make/buy decisions. The Electrical Products
pavilion will feature electrical products that include coil assemblies,
motors, controls, sensors, transformers, and other complete electrical
Cell Support Pavilion
industry will require many support components to control and distribute
the energy generated by this unique form of power.
Sponsored by the International Magnetics Association, the area features magnetic
components such as permanent magnetics, ferrites, and laminations.
Sponsored by the Association of International Motion Engineers, this area focuses
on new applications for motion control.
Equipment and Materials Pavilion
of the EIC/EMCW Expo, this focused group brings additional suppliers
serving manufacturers of coil assemblies and transformers.
The Technical Conference
co-sponsored by the Dielectric Society of IEEE and the Insulating Materials
and Magnet Wire Section of NEMA features more than 130 papers, 12 short
courses, and a number of interesting tutorials. This event is centrally
located in Indianapolis, IN, one of the least expensive cities in the
U.S. to fly to. Find out more at www.eic-emcwexpo.org.
In other news, the Board
of Directors of the EMCWA has announced a new name for the 2004 EMCW
The 2004 Exposition will
also be held in Indianapolis from Sept. 21 - 23, 2004, under the
name Electrical Manufacturing Expo '04. The new name reflects
the expansion of the event to encompass more of the electrical device
segment of the industry. While the event will continue to feature coil
manufacturing and winding technologies and motor component manufacturing,
the make or buy options will focus on complete components such as motors,
solenoids, and transformers.
More information can be obtained
by contacting EMCWA at +619/435-3629.