Company will highlight world class positioning solutions for airline interiors
Reell Precision Manufacturing, a world leader in small package position and motion control, is pleased to announce it will be participating in the upcoming Aircraft Interiors Expo, June 6 - 8 in Hamburg Germany. Reell will be at Hall 7, Stand E60
Reell will demonstrate a full line of products featuring its patented ReellTorq® technology, which provides consistent long-life positioning combined with smooth elegant feel motion. ReellTorq's® premium performance and long-life make it ideal for airline interiors applications, and it is widely used in tray tables, headrests and entertainment displays.
At the expo Reell will also demonstrate the recently introduced DX100 tray table hinge. The DX100 features a unique dual-axis design that allows for full fold-over performance in panels as thin as 8mm - thinner than traditional bifold or articulating hinges, which enables tables and panels to fold and stow in narrower spaces, allowing for smaller designs.
About Aircraft Interiors Expo
AIX is one of the world's leading marketplaces for airlines cabin interiors and in-flight entertainment. It allows airlines, designers, engineers, specifiers, and manufacturers come together to share, collaborate, and find practical and innovative solutions. AIX is held annually in Hamburg and attended by over 18,000 people, most of whom are involved or responsible for the purchase of cabin interiors, in-flight entertainment, connectivity, passenger experience and passenger services.
Reell Precision Manufacturing provides high-quality innovative solutions to transmit torque, control angular position and protect delicate components from excessive force. Combining the world's most precisely controlled torque technology with the industry's most experienced engineering team provides a perfect product fit in customer applications. Reell's patented technology is widely used in the consumer electronics, automotive, aircraft interiors, medical technology, workstation furniture, kiosk/data terminal, and architectural lighting industries.