Ken Forging to exhibit at upcoming fastener eventApril 13, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Fastener Tech ‘17 is less than two months away. The event, which will take place at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill., on June 5-7, attracts fastener manufacturers, importers, service companies and manufacturers of fastener machinery. The show also offers educational and networking opportunities.
Ken Forging is proud to be one of the event’s many exhibitors.
This biannual event, which started in 2007, is the largest fastener show in the midwest, and is a one-stop source for both products and information in the fastener industry. In addition to the many products that will be showcased from leading manufacturers, and the networking opportunities available, Fastener Tech provides information on some of the industry’s greatest challenges. For example, the event kicks off with a seminar on why fasteners fail. This session will give real world examples of fastener failures, and address failures in service due to improper selection, design, installation and corrosion. In addition, the relationship between design characteristics and manufacturing will be discussed.
Additional seminar topics include an introduction to coiled spring pins, the fundamentals of fastener manufacturing, insights into the global market for fasteners, training, sales and more.
Meet Ken Forging
Ken Forging will be among the leading manufacturers showcasing their quality products at the show. The Jefferson, Ohio-based company has been producing drop-forged industrial hardware in the U.S. for 47 years. Its comprehensive portfolio includes eyebolts, nut eyebolts, pad eyes, turnbuckles, rod ends, D-Rings and blanked clips, safety swivel hoist rings, C-Clamps and screws, eye nuts, machine shop tools and custom forgings up to 250 pounds.
To learn more about how the family owned company has become known for offering the highest quality domestic forged fasteners, visit the Ken Forging website or stop by Fastener Tech ‘17 to chat with one of the company’s experts.