Exploring Opportunities at Amerimold 2018

Educational and networking opportunities abound during the event for mold manufacturing. Included in your registration is access to technology talks, in-booth demonstrations and exhibits from more than 200 leading suppliers and manufacturers. Register today.


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As June approaches, anyone interested in the advanced technology that is critical to mold machining should consider attending Amerimold June 13-14 in Novi, Michigan at the Surburban Collection Showplace. The annual event brings industry professionals into a single building to share ideas and make connections. 

Numerous educational opportunities, such as in-booth demonstrations, are event highlights. Cutting-edge information sessions called Tech Talks are complimentary with registration. They will begin each hour and will feature a panel or presentation on topics including additive manufacturing for molds, closing the skills gap and supply chain dynamics. See the Tech Talk schedule at a glance.

The show floor will feature exhibits from more than 200 leading suppliers and manufacturers. The event also aims to connect builders, buyers and suppliers for production sourcing, technology transfer and business development through valuable networking events.

Amerimold is presented by Modern Machine Shop and sister publications MoldMaking TechnologyPlastics Technology, Automotive Design and Production and Additive Manufacturing.

Learn more and register for the show. 


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