Mach 2020 - 20-24 April

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  • Additive manufacturing has now broken out of the world of prototyping and will be featured at MACH 2020 as a production tool in its own right. New materials, new applications, improved processes and a ...
  • The MMMA 'Metalworking Village' at MACH 2020 will be the largest area yet taken by the MMMA. It has already exceeded expectations for members attending, with 23 confirmed and more in the pipeline. As ...
  • With the UK's future trading relationship with the EU still unclear, many British OEMs and higher tier manufacturers are looking to strengthen their ties with local suppliers. At the same time, it mak ...
  • With just under a year to go until the UK’s premier manufacturing technologies exhibition, over 75% of space has now sold for MACH 2020. After a hugely successful 2018 edition of the Exhibition, which ...
  • The UK has a great opportunity to embrace the application of robots and automation in manufacturing, particularly in smaller companies. Traditional robots can be too complex for small businesses who d ...
  • Constant improvements in tooling technology continue to push the boundaries of machining productivity and quality. MACH 2020, which takes place at the NEC Birmingham from 20th to 24th April, will prov ...
  • The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) are pleased to announce that for the fifth consecutive show Lloyds Bank will be the headline sponsors of MACH 2020. MACH 2020 is scheduled to take plac ...
  • MACH 2018 is already an award-winning show, having gained the Exhibition of the Year accolade at the prestigious Trade Association Forum (TAF) Best Practice Awards and Dinner, 2018. The show is still ...
  • Following on from the huge success of MACH 2018, which has already had upwards of £200 million worth of business attributed to it, the next edition of the show is looking to build on that success. Jam ...
  • Hints & Tips For Selecting Ballot Stands

    10 Aug 2018 Nicola Harrison
    Don’t be afraid to get customising! If a stand isn’t quite what you want then consider shifting a boundary line, combining it with another or splitting it down. There are rules and regulations about w ...

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