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Top manufacturing technology companies on show

Top manufacturing technology companies on show

Added to MTDCNC by MTDCNC on 17 February 2015

Leading industry names have already signed up to exhibit at the Advanced Manufacturing Show, the UK’s only event in 2015 totally dedicated to production technology.

Exhibitors already confirmed for the Advanced Manufacturing Show, which runs from 2 to 4 June at the NEC Birmingham, include XYZ Machine Tools, Hexagon Metrology, Kasto, Schunk Intect, Matsuura, Trumpf, Renishaw, Nikon Metrology and Delcam.

The Advanced Manufacturing Show takes place alongside Subcon and the all-new event for design engineers, The Engineer Design and Innovation Show. Together, the three events will feature over 500 exhibitors and cover every aspect of manufacturing in the engineering sector.

Held every two years, the Advanced Manufacturing Show was launched in 2013 and focuses on all aspects of production engineering technology, including machining and turning centres, sheet-metal working, metrology, tooling, work-holding and CAD/CAM software.

The show will feature live machining demonstrations and new product launches highlighting the technologies that UK companies need to stay ahead of the game in international markets.
As Nigel Atherton, Managing Director of XYZ Machine Tools, explains: 'We had a very positive response at the last Advanced Manufacturing Show in 2013 and this encouraged us to rebook for 2015, when we will have new products to exhibit, such as the innovative XYZ 2-OP portable vertical machining centre. Since its launch it has been very well-received and the audience at the Advanced Manufacturing Show should recognise the potential that it brings in terms of reduced manufacturing costs through efficient use of labour.'

Caroline Rapp, Marketing Manager of Trumpf UK agrees. She says: 'UK manufacturers can have it all – quality, flexibility, cost-efficiency and productivity – by investing in the latest production technology.  It can put them head-and-shoulders above their competitors both at home and abroad.  Trumpf has a lot to offer in this field, not just in terms of products, but sound advice as well.  The Advanced Manufacturing Show is the ideal platform for us to showcase our latest technology – particularly in lasers – and also our support services.'

As well as featuring the technology to make components, the Advanced Manufacturing Show is particularly strong on the metrology equipment necessary to verify that they are fit for purpose.
Chris Davies, Business Development Manager of Aberlink Innovative Metrology, explains why.
'The Advanced Manufacturing Show represents the ideal venue to showcase our advanced coordinate measuring machines and our latest software. As we enjoyed excellent levels of enquiries and subsequent sales when we exhibited for the first time in 2013, all at Aberlink look forward to similar results in June.'

Also returning after a successful show in 2013, IndySoft Europe will be exhibiting calibration management, tool management and preventative maintenance software.

Managing Director Jake Bishop said: 'The Advanced Manufacturing Show was an obvious exhibition to return to and exhibit at. The 2013 show was well-organised, had a good cross section of exhibitors and delivered a large amount of visitors. What’s more, we came away with some excellent enquiries that turned into orders.'

Other companies already confirmed for the Advanced Manufacturing Show include OGP, Zoller, 1st Machine Tool Accessories, Measurement Solutions, Waldmann Lighting, Laser Lines, Open Mind Technologies and The Access Group.

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