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Made in Milan: Bi-Mu 2014 Slideshow
With new areas devoted to additive manufacturing and machine tool management technologies, Bi-Mu 2014 was a major hit in Milan. Here are some things that caught my eye.
Classic Ferraris along the Onda Rossa (Red Wave) made clear the connection between automotive production and the Italian machine tool industry.
FANUC’s booth was in constant motion, with robotic arms on display drawing crowds of fascinated attendees.
DMG MORI showcased the CELOS operator interface along with machines including the Lasertec 65 3D hybrid additive/subtractive machining center.
High school students drawn to Bi-Mu by Pianeta Giovani (Planet Youth) roamed the show floor, seen here in Hoffman Group’s booth.
Siemens focused on the Simunerik HMI systems (840-D high end, 828-D midrange and 808-D entry level) along with services ranging from training to condition monitoring.
Mazak featured its new multitasking, five-axis machining technology for large-part production along with “Smooth Technology” addressing machine-tool performance.