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SLIDESHOW: Technology Showcase: Machining

With moldmakers continuing to up their game by investing in the latest machining technology, IMTS offers a huge menu of machine tool options. Here is just a sampling of what will be on the show floor next month.
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According to our latest Gardner Business Index on moldmaking, companies are continuing to expand, employment increased, the trend in expectations has been up since January, and future capital spending plans were above average. And, with moldmakers continuing to up their game by investing in the latest machining technology, there is no better place than IMTS to investigate new product and equipment options.

Next month there will be more than 2,000 exhibitors showcasing their technology wares—everything from CAD/CAM and 3D printing technology to machining and cutting tools to automation and inspection /measurement equipment. IMTS is taking place September 12-17, at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois, and based on the current rate of exhibition contracts, the show is anticipating more than 100,000 visitors from 112 countries, and organizers are planning accordingly. This slideshow is just continuing our sampling of what will be on the show floor next month.

 

 

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