Mach 2020 - 20-24 April

MACH 2020

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Visitors at MACH 2018

MACH 2020 will be bringing you a fantastic array of new technologies, engineering services and machinery demonstrated under power in Halls 17, 18, 19, 20, 6 & 7 of the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham (20-24 April 2018).

Entry is free of charge and once inside the exhibition halls you’ll find the UK's latest and best metal forming, metalworking and manufacturing technologies. This year we have a hugely extended IT for Manufacturing Zone and 3D Printing Zones and with many other zones covering metrology through rapid manufacturing to welding and beyond, no other UK exhibition offers you such a comprehensive overview of the manufacturing technologies industry and of course 6,000 tonnes of live working machinery demonstrating the best technologies in metal cutting and metal forming.

Visiting MACH 2020 is also a unique opportunity to be part of the UK’s largest showcase for advanced engineering and manufacturing, meeting and networking with like-minded individuals and new prospects. With a vibrant MACH seminar programme explores the issues of the day facing UK manufacturing with insightful discussions lead by top economists and well known entrepreneurs and thought leaders.

Please click the link below when it becomes active to register as a visitor for the show.

 

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What our Visitors Say

  • I came to see the technology, to see if there’s anything new or different. It’s nice to see it in real life and see the machines running, see them actually cutting metal. There’s always something new and interesting to see. I come every year it’s on.
    MACH 2018 Visitor
  • I came here primarily to look at a hit-list of saw technologies, including laser cutting, automated saws, 5-axis CNC, bar filling and head forming. I've made some good connections here and come away with a pocketful of new contacts. We're a mass manufacturer of hydraulic cylinders
    MACH 2018 Visitor
  • I work for one of the government catapult centres, and being in contact with the suppliers is really important. The only way to know what we want to develop next at lower TRLs is to know what’s going on at the coalface of production.




 
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