9/5/2016 | 1 MINUTE READ

IMTS 2016 Product Preview

Preview some of the AM technologies to be exhibited at the International Manufacturing Technology Show.

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3D Systems, DMG MORI, Hurco Companies, Methods Machine Tools, Mitsui Seiki (USA), Optomec, Protolabs, Renishaw, SLM Solutions Americas, Sodick, and TRUMPF will be exhibiting new technology at IMTS 2020 in Chicago this September.

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The International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) 2016 takes place September 12-17 at the McCormick Place complex in Chicago, Illinois. The event, held every two years, is organized by AMT--The Association For Manufacturing Technology and is one of the largest industrial trade shows in the world. The 2016 edition will include the Additive Manufacturing Conference and, for the first time, a dedicated Additive Manufacturing Pavilion located at the entrance of the North Building. Preview some of the AM equipment that will be on display, both in the AM Pavilion and elsewhere at the show, using the links below:

  • Large-Format Industrial 3D Printer - 3D Platform - Booth W-10

  • Direct Metal 3D Printer for Titanium, Stainless, Nickel Super Alloy - 3D Systems & Methods 3D - Booths N-68 & S-9119

  • Software Solutions for Design, Simulation, Additive Production - Autodesk Inc. - Booth E-3222

  • Blast Cabinets Offer Alternative to Hand-Sanding - Clemco Industries Corp. - Booth NC-564

  • 3D Printer for Building of Reactive, Non-Reactive Materials - Concept Laser - Booth N-87

  • Metal Additive Technology Creates Large Parts - DM3D Technology LLC - Booth N-66

  • Hybrid Combines Milling, Blown-Powder Laser Deposition - DMG MORI USA Inc. - Booth S-9800

  • DMLS System Incorporates Multiple Lasers - EOS - Booth N-79

  • Wireless Accessory Equips VMCs with 3D-Printing Capability - Hurco Companies Inc. - Booth S-8319

  • Metal 3D Printing, Manufacturing Services Offered - Linear AMS - Booth N-61

  • 3D Printer for Additive, Subtractive Processes - Mitsui Seiki (USA) Inc. - Booth S-8519

  • Modular 3D Printing Engine Integrates with Metalworking Equipment - Optomec Inc. - Booth N-73

  • Direct Metal Laser Sintering Services Offered - Proto Labs Inc. - Booth N-72

  • Metal Additive Manufacturing Machine for Industrial Production - Renishaw Inc. - Booth E-5509

  • Metal Additive Manufacturing System Increases Build Speeds - SLM Solutions NA Inc. - Booth N-71

  • Hybrid Machine Combines Additive, Milling - Sodick Inc. - Booth E-4802

  • Metal 3D Printer Generates Parts Ranging to 100 × 100 mm - Trumpf Inc. - Booth N-6223

  • 3D Printer Capable of Liquid Metal Printing - Vader Systems LLC - Booth N-85

Looking forward to checking out a particular machine? See more AM equipment on the show floor? Tweet using #IMTSadditive before, during and after IMTS to tell us about it. 

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