Electronics Trade Shows not to Miss

Almost anything can be found on the internet in today’s internet-dominated world.  But An email or even a website display cannot replace the impact of personally seeing the new products displayed and discussing it with the traders and vendors.

Trade Shows and Events are places to ask questions, get answers, gain knowledge, and build relationships.  Electronic manufacturers use these events to display new products.  They also discuss new methods and better processes with others in their trade, and also with people in other industries.

There are many different electronics trade shows all over the world.  Trade shows can specialize in a certain category, or they can have it all.  Listed below are a few of the best shows not to miss out on.

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Electronics Shows not to Miss

AmCon is “AN ADVANCED DESIGN & MANUFACTURING EXPO” which has been doing business since the year 1987.  The show offers solutions for production and design problems in the manufacturing of electronics.  On display will be 3D printing, robotics, prototyping, new designs in electronics, and much more.

MINExpo INTERNATIONAL is the largest mining expo event in the world.  This expo covers all that happens in the entire mining industry.  Displays will include new, safer, mining methods, exploration of new fields, and environmental improvement processes.

The latest innovations, technologies, services, and latest cutting-edge electronic equipment will be discussed, knowledge shared, and questions answered.

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ADM Advanced Design & Manufacturing Expo is a trade show which offers a rare diversity through including several markets on one floor.  Exhibitions are held yearly in different locations.  Each event will include keynote speakers, conferences, classes in the latest designing trends, and displays of the latest market technology and trends.

Electronic Trade Shows provide the place where everybody can experience the world of electrical, and electronics manufacturing firsthand.


The Changing Future

Technology changes the world constantly.  No industry is unaffected by the shifts in technology.  Technology dominates almost all-new strategies, methods, and processes that are found in any business, industry, or environment.

The world, the environment, and people, call on technology to change things for the better.  One of the answers came in the form of prefabrication.


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Prefabrication means that products can be manufactured in full before transported to where it is needed.  This can mean savings in costs, labor, and the estimation of the final price for the finished product.  All materials are transported to one manufacturing point with no need to send it back and forth and all over the place.

In the Electrical Industry, this will mean that set procedures are developed which will bring more efficiency in workflow.  Prefabricated electrical components, for example, lighting packages, panel builds, and many more, can be manufactured and then transported where they can be integrated into the setting prepared for it.

More Sustainable Materials

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The Electrical Manufacturing process uses a great variety of materials to produce even the smallest device.  Many of these materials are not sustainable, and many are not freely available.  Research is always ongoing to find more environmentally friendly methods to produce products, and to find suitable replacements for unsustainable materials.

Part of this strategy is better programs to reclaim and recycle materials from used products and devices.  This will also reduce the costs of manufacturing new products.

Smart Installations

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Creating “smart” installations for businesses and homes are becoming more the new trend.  Electrical networks should now also include a special network for devices in every room of a home.  “Décor gadgets” are also in demand, for example, touch-reactive countertops, and this will require rewiring in most instances.

Augmented reality (AR) and Virtual reality (VR) are also creating new possibilities within the electrical industry.  It can prove to be useful during different stages of projects, as well as during the planning and design of a project.  AR and VR show real-time interaction and can guide contractors through a task.


The Purpose of Coil Winding

Coil Winding is an essential part of an electromagnetic field.  The coil winding is made in different shapes and sizes, depending on the type of magnetic field required.

Materials Used in Coil Winding

Coil windings usually consist of a core made of aluminum, iron, steel, or plastic.  Other materials can be used, and some coils do not have a core and are called air-winding coils.

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The material used in the core of the coil winding increases its ability to store electric energy.  The best core type would be ferromagnetic which will increase inductance by focusing the magnetic field.

The winding around the core is currant-conducting wire.  The way in which the wire is wound around the core will control the conductivity and efficiency of the coil.  The winding should be properly supported and insulated to enable it to withstand the parameters it must operate in.

Primary materials used for windings are copper and aluminum.  Copper has excellent conductivity and is preferred to use as a winding material.

Winding of a Coil

Although winding a coil is not difficult, there are a variety of different ways to wind a coil.  The winding will determine the performance and efficiency of the coil.

The number of turns around the core, the wirearea, and the window area areimportant factors when planning how to wind a coil.  This is called the fill factor.  The wires have to fit closely and tightly together to eliminate spaces where airflow can minimize the efficiency of the coil.

Different Types of Coil Winding

The types of coil winding are helical, orthocyclic, toroidal, wild, and pancake.  The difference in the winding of each of these coils will determine in which type of device it will be used.

Purpose of Coil Windings

Coil Winding is an essential part of the production of electronic equipment.  Coil Winding serves as the core for many components used in electrical manufacturing.  Complex, technical devices will require very precise, efficiently done winding to ensure proper conductance throughout.