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MACH 2018 showcases the finest future technology available to help businesses compete with global competitors and boost productivity and profitability. But for many firms, investing in the very latest designs can seem out of reach, despite the potential for high return on investment in the longer-term.

 

“The new machinery not only increases our capacity but also allows us to expand our product offering, making us more competitive in a crowded market.” - Dan Houghton, Managing Director – Steelway Fensecure

 

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EXHIBITOR FOCUS – YAMAZAKI MAZAK UK LTD 

MAZAK PUTS PRODUCTIVITY TO THE FORE WITH SECTOR-LED MACH STAND

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Yamazaki Mazak is set to showcase 13 productivity-enhancing solutions from its world-class portfolio of machine tool and laser-cutting machines, as part of a MACH stand dedicated to maximising efficiency for machine users across all areas of the UK’s manufacturing landscape.  

With key sectors such as oil and gas making a resurgence in 2017 – coupled with the ongoing buoyancy of automotive manufacturing and the fast-paced nature of the UK’s thriving medical devices market – Mazak will bring a stand fully-focused on showcasing its broad range of sector-specific metal cutting solutions that can enable manufacturers of all sizes and stages of the supply chain to drive productivity and cut downtime.


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EXHIBITOR FOCUS – FANUC UK LTD

FANUC UK TO DEMONSTRATE OPEN NETWORK CAPABILITIES AT MACH 2018

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“Our theme this year is ‘Connectivity’,” says Andrew Armstrong, FANUC UK’s sales and marketing manager. “Alongside a selection of our most recent product launches, many of which will be making their UK debut at MACH, we will also be demonstrating FANUC’s capabilities within the emerging markets of artificial intelligence, Industry 4.0 and the IoT.”

 

The stand, which will include a range of robot models across FANUC’s collaborative, SCARA, and machine-tending portfolios, will be connected via a single software platform: the MT-Linki. This scalable operation management tool, which was first unveiled at EMO last year, will collect, monitor and display the data of every machine on the stand, in an easy-to-digest format for all visitors to see.

 

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EXHIBITOR FOCUS – CERATIZIT WNT LTD

MORE TOOLING INNOVATION FROM WNT AT MACH 2018

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Visitors to the stand (H19-500) of WNT (Part of the Ceratizit Group) at MACH 2018 will be able to catch up on all the latest cutting tool, toolholding and workholding innovations that have been introduced by the company since the last MACH exhibition. Displayed alongside component examples, visitors will be able to relate to their own activities and recognise the productivity gains that can be achieved through application of the latest cutting tool technology. A selection of these ‘New to MACH’ products are highlighted below and are just a snapshot of the more than 55,000 articles available as standard from WNT.

 

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