6/30/2016

Largest Amerimold Show Floor to Date; See Technology Display

Originally titled 'SLIDESHOW: Largest Amerimold Show Floor to Date; See Technology Display'
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Amerimold, The Event for Mold Manufacturing, closed on June 16th, 2016, at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, MI. The two-day tradeshow, technical conference and networking event featured more than 3,000 participants, representing every aspect of the plastic injection molding cycle. The Amerimold exhibit hall was the largest ever and included 200 exhibitors displaying products and services used for designing, building, injection molding and maintaining molds.

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Amerimold, The Event for Mold Manufacturing, closed on June 16th, 2016, at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, MI. The two-day tradeshow, technical conference and networking event featured more than 3,000 participants, representing every aspect of the plastic injection molding cycle. The Amerimold exhibit hall was the largest ever and included 200 exhibitors displaying products and services used for designing, building, injection molding and maintaining molds.

Check out this slideshow of just a sampling of the technology, processes and services showcased on the show floor.


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