9/4/2018

Tradeshow Tuesday: On Display at IMTS 2018, Part 3

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Check out this week’s slideshow to see some of what will be on display at the show.

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AddUp, Chevalier Machinery, Haimer USA, Milltronics USA, Mitutoyo America, Shop Floor Automations, and TOPSOLID will be exhibiting new technology at IMTS 2020 in Chicago this September.

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IMTS 2018 is only a few weeks away. This year the show will be September 10–15, 2018 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois. Check out this week’s slideshow to see some of what will be on display at the show.

Preparing for IMTS 2018? Be sure to check out the IMTS Zone, where you can find up-to-date information on show news, products, blogs and stories from the editors at MoldMaking Technology, Modern Machine Shop, Additive Manufacturing and more. This year, Hannover Messe, the Additive Manufacturing Conference and Top Shops are co-located with the show, so be sure to visit the IMTS Zone so you can get what you need to plan a productive event.

Featured in this week’s slideshow are products from AddUp, Bluco, Chevalier, Factory Wiz, Haimer, Milltronics USA, TopSolid/Missler Software, Mitutoyo, Plural Additive Manufacturing and Shop Floor Automations.

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