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Happy New Year! Happy Show Year!

Happy New Year! Happy Show Year!

Category: IMTS Jan 8, 2020

With the dawn of every even numbered year, thousands of people begin to prepare for the largest manufacturing technology show in the Western Hemisphere! Gain insight on the events theme, “Digital Manufacturing. Implemented.” Check out some tips to prepare for your visit to IMTS 2020.

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Meet Martha, IMTS Team Member

Meet Martha, IMTS Team Member

Category: AMT Jan 8, 2020

A seasoned show producer, Martha Sproehnle brings a passion for detail and a high level of organization to IMTS and even to gatherings at her home. Effervescent, witty, and thoughtful, she makes you instantly feel energized, appreciated, and comfortable.

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Win the National Metalworking Reshoring Award 2020

Win the National Metalworking Reshoring Award 2020

Category: AMT Jan 7, 2020

Companies that have successfully reshored metal-worked products, parts, or tooling are invited to compete for the National Metalworking Reshoring Award, sponsored by The Reshoring InitiativeAMTPMA, and NTMA. View award details and enter to win, at www.amtonline.org/reshoringaward.

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Art or part?

Art or part?

Category: Manufacturing Technology Dec 16, 2019

Elegant and mechanical, yet intricate and organic looking. Find out more about Artist Chris Bathgate and his highly machined sculptures that leave visitors in a quandary, but with a profound appreciation for the skilled CNC programmer and machinist in advanced manufacturing.

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The Airbnb of Manufacturing

The Airbnb of Manufacturing

Category: AMT Dec 16, 2019

Digital manufacturing is taking a cue from successful pro sports teams who make smart draft picks and trades to fill gaps in their line-up. Companies offering Manufacturing-as-a-Service (MaaS) are stepping in as free agents to pair customers, who need quickly produced parts and prototypes, with a network of idle machinery and available talent in manufacturing companies.

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