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EMO 2013 starts this week...

EMO 2013 starts this week...

Added to MTDCNC by MTDCNC on 15 September 2013

From 16th to 21st September 2013, manufacturers of production technology from around the globe will be converging on Hannover, Germany for the EMO Hannover 2013 Trade Fair.  To give it the full handle, Exposition Mondiale de la Machine Outil (EMO) has exhibitors attending from all over the world and from all segments of the metalworking industry.  EMO is recognised as the world's most international trade fair for the metalworking and engineering sector and this year, the focus is on Intelligence in Production.

The trade fair is organised by the German Machine Tool Builders’ Association and besides the exhibition and displays of latest technology and tools, visitors can participate in panel discussions, forums, keynote addresses, seminars and conferences taking place in the Hannover Exhibition Centre.

Any engineer lucky enough to be able to visit EMO Hannover this year will really benefit from the experience, with manufacturers showcasing the very latest and most sophisticated manufacturing and metal-working technologies.  Not only will engineers get an opportunity to check out the latest machines and innovations, they also will get a chance to see efficient technical solutions, techniques to make production processes more sustainable, besides finding out more about supportive services for products.

As ever, EMO Hannover 2013 has attracted leading exhibitors from industries, such as the automotive industry, component suppliers, precision mechanics, medical technology, shipbuilding, aerospace industry, optics, construction and dye manufacturing.

Exhibitor Groups for EMO 2013 Hannover will include:

  • Control systems
  • Coolants, lubricants
  • Robotics and automation
  • Quality management systems
  • Metal forming machine tools
  • Components for flexible automation
  • Welding, cutting, hardening, heating
  • Material flow and storage technology
  • Instrumentation and control technology
  • Precision tools, diamond tools, measuring tools
  • Machine tools for cutting, splitting and milling
  • Surface finishing technology, thin-film processes
  • Software for entire manufacturing technology area
  • Industrial electronics, sensor and diagnostic technology
  • Machine tools for thermal, electro-chemical and other processes
  • Sheet metal, wire and tube working machines, metal forming machine tools
  • Mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and electronic accessories for manufacturing technology
  • Machines and systems for tool and mould construction, rapid prototyping, model construction

With this vast array of manufacturers exhibiting, it’s no surprise that EMO Hannover is considered to be the most important fair for production technology specialists from around the world.  This would also perhaps explain why Hannover 2011 attracted more than 2,000 exhibitors and more than 140,000 visitors from 100 different countries; the 2013 organisers are anticipating even greater numbers attending this year.

Typically, more innovations are unveiled at EMO than at any other trade fair in the industry and it’s looking nailed-on that EMO Hannover 2013, with its “Intelligence in Production” theme, will come up trumps again this year.

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