Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) is organizing the 18th edition of IMTEX 2017 and 19th edition of concurrent Tooltech 2017 from 26th January 2017 to 1st February 2017 at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) in Bengaluru. IMTMA has built a new hall of around 17,500 sq.mts. which will be an add-on to the existing infrastructure.
Industry will get an opportunity to showcase its innovations in 6 halls covering a gross area of 66,000 sq.mts. Manufacturers, suppliers, visitors, researchers and delegations from as many as 22 countries will be participating.
Trade delegations from sectors such as auto components, automobiles, aerospace, defence, railways, power, capital goods, consumer goods, space technologies, etc. will be visiting the exhibition. The exhibition will feature over 1000 exhibitors. The group participation this time around is from 7 countries: China, Germany, Spain, Italy, USA, Taiwan and Czech Republic.
Metal working industry is bracing for new challenges and new technologies in view of increasing competition vis-a-vis performance, quality, efficiency and environmental sustainability. There are difficult parts, intricate parts and difficult materials to be managed through metal working equipment and expertise from new technology horizons Viz. additive and subtractive manufacturing, increasing use of robots, micro machining and super finishing, Industry 4.0 and so on.
With a view to highlight the evolving trends in the machining technologies, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) is organising the 'International Seminar on Machining Technologies' on 25 January 2017, in conjunction with IMTEX 2017 exhibition, in Bangalore.
Seventh in the series, this International seminar is today recognized as an international platform in India for global interactions on the latest trends in metal cutting. This seminar will dwell extensively on new manufacturing strategies, review and address emerging trends, as well as expose users and manufacturers to a range of value added machining solutions.
International experts from Germany, USA, Japan, UK, Switzerland as well as from India will facilitate sessions at this International seminar. Spread over 2 keynotes and 5 concurrent sessions, this seminar will cover key technology areas and their application related to metal cutting.
|Date||25 January 2017|
|Venue||BIEC Conference Centre, Bangalore|
|0800 - 1000||Registration with Tea/Coffee|
|1000 - 1145||Inaugural & Keynote Sessions|
|1145 - 1200||Tea/Coffee|
|Parallel Concurrent Sessions|
|Machine Tools & Machining||Emerging Technologies||Tooling & Cutting Fluids|
|1200 - 1240||Modular Concept of Machining:
One Platform for Diverse
Technologies with Flexible
|MT Connect for Industry 4.0
The Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT), USA
Smart Setting Motion Tool
Guhring KG, Germany
|1240 - 1245||Change over|
|1245 - 1325||Water-jet guided Laser for
Micro Machining of Precision
Synova SA, Switzerland
|Cloud Based Machining
DP Technology, USA
Challenges and Solutions in
Machining Exotic Materials for
Aerospace and Energy Sectors
Kennametal Europe GmbH, Switzerland
|1325 - 1430||Lunch|
|1430 - 1510||Development of Next
Generation High Precision
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
|Controlling Properties and
Economics of parts made by
Renishaw plc, UK
Tank-less Coolant System
Nippon Oil Pumps, Japan
|1510 - 1515||Change over|
|Machine Tools & Machining||Surface Finishing||Control Systems & Metrology|
|1515 - 1555||Load Optimized Flank Form
Modification of Bevel Gears
Klingelnberg GmbH, Germany
|Cost Reduction and Part
Function improvement by using
Abrasive Flow and Electro
Extrude Hone GmbH, Germany
Enhancing the Power of Metrology
by Automation of data Analytics
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, USA
|1555 - 1615||Tea/Coffee|
|1615 - 1655|| Machining Dynamics : Transforming Science into Capital
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
|Recent developments in
Micro-finishing of Automotive
Power Train parts
Grind Master Machines, India
Indigenous CNC Controller with
Smart User Interface
Electropneumatics & Hydraulics, India
|1655 - 1700||Change over|
|1700 - 1740||Innovative Hybrid Machining
DMG Mori, India
|Advantages of Laser
Technology in Surface
Laserline GmbH, Germany
Digitalization of Machine Tools -
The next level of Manufacturing
|1740 - 1745||Wrap up|
Automotive, Auto components, Consumer durables, Machine tool, Tool rooms, Aerospace, Defence and Railway units, PSUs, General Engg. and other manufacturing industries. Decision makers including CEOs, senior executives, practicing engineers, industry experts, R&D specialists, academia and almost everyone involved in metal cutting will immensely benefit from this seminar.
While the participants come to attend this International Seminar on 25 January 2017, it is a good opportunity to visit IMTEX 2017 exhibition scheduled at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) from January 26 to 1 February 2017 and witness the latest technologies in metal cutting from reputed companies across the globe.
|Category||Registration Fee per delegate||Group Concession|
|IMTMA Members, SSIs, PSUs & Railways, R&D, Defence Establishments, Educational Institutions||Rs. 2500/-||Concession of Rs.500 per delegate will be offered to companies nominating 3 or more delegates|
|Non-IMTMA Members & Large Companies||Rs. 3000/-|
INDIAN MACHINE TOOL MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIATION
For event details or any queries / clarifications during 'online registration' process please contact
Mr. Abhishek, tel : 080 - 6624 6829 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mr. Prashant, tel : 080 – 6624 6805 (email@example.com)
Mr. Pritu, tel : 080 – 6624 6665 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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