SLIDESHOW: Technology Showcase, Amerimold Product Showcase (4)
The Amerimold Expo begins is just two weeks. Here at MMT, the excitement is building and we’re putting finishing touches on all things moldmaking so that attendees will get the most out of every aspect. Check out a few more product/service previews in the slideshow above (there is so much more to see on the show floor!).
But first, here’s a list of some pre-show planning tips that will help make your Amerimold experience the best ever:
- If you know of a company or some products and services you’d like to see up close at Amerimold, then add that exhibitor to your list using our user-friendly “My Show Planner.” It only takes a minute or two to set up your personalized account. Use it to find exhibitors, sort by location and add personal appointments to optimize your time at the show.
- Once you have created your My Show Planner account, use the Amerimold Floor Plan tool to search for exhibitors, booths, product categories and more. When you have found something that you want to be sure to see, click on the star icon located within the company description, and that company will automatically be added to your show map.
- Our “Search the Show” tool provides Amerimold attendees with a variety of resources, including a list of featured exhibitors, press releases and a list of North American mold manufacturers.
At the show, be sure to stay later on Wednesday, June 14, and attend our Leadtime Leader Awards cocktail reception, followed by the very popular Casino Night Networking Reception. The fun begins at show close, which is 5 p.m.
Last, but not least, stop by the MMT booth, No. 205, and get your 2017 Top Ten Reasons to be a Moldmaker t-shirt! It’s an annual tradition, and these shirts have become collectors’ items for moldmakers who wear them at work and for fun all over the world.
We hope to see you at Amerimold! Please register today by clicking here.
Prototyping helps evaluate and test a design, clarify production costs, sell a product and secure patents.
Examining the level of acceptance and use of additive fabrication technology in the development of injection molded components.
Featured project from Phillips Plastics. The design for the DMLS conformal cooling tool insert incorporated channels that were designed to quickly and evenly cool individual cavities within the piece, which would not have been possible with conventional mold technologies. Expectations were reduced cycle time and higher quality parts.