The key to staying competitive in the manufacturing industry is staying on top of the latest technologies and processes. What is the next innovation that can take your manufacturing to the next level? Videos only tell part of the story. Brochures only cover statistics. The best way to gain knowledge about a new product or service is to see it in person. Since 1989, the Wisconsin Manufacturing & Technology Show (WIMTS) has provided the newest technologies employed by industry leaders — all in one location:
Join Us October 6-8, 2015
Exposition Center at Wisconsin State Fair Park
For three days in October, WIMTS offers opportunities to find new suppliers, network with industry experts, and attend the BMO Harris Stage keynote seminars about what’s happening in today’s world of manufacturing, metalworking, and machining. Attendees don’t want to miss the leadership presentations delivered by sports celebrities or the annual Manufacturing Summit sponsored by BizTimes Media.
Attendees value this show because it’s where they:
- See the latest metalworking technology on display
- Find problem-solving solutions
- See machines up and running
- Comparison shop and conduct product research
- Meet quality suppliers and their representatives
- Gain up-to-the-minute info at FREE technical seminars
- Explore outsourcing benefits
- Learn how to get the most of their existing equipment
- Shorten the buying process
- Develop wholesale sources
- Create vendor lists
- Take advantage of show prices
DISCOVER METALWORKING ADVANCEMENTS
This year, WIMTS will continue to focus on labor, robotics, 3D printing, automation, and multitasking machinery. Some of the must-sees include:
- The fastest, most progressive CNCs
- Technology for fabrication machines
- Lubrications, coolants & metalworking fluids
- State-of-the-art air filtration systems
- Tooling and accessories that are changing the future of manufacturing
- Short stroke cartridge cylinders
- Range of tags, labels, and digitally printed items
- Latest advancements in automated manufacturing
Register today. For more information, contact Carrie at 262-367-5500 or Carrie@epishows.com.
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