Interactive Manufacturing Experience Charts New Course for U.S. Manufacturing
February 28, 2011—
From some of the United States' largest industrial technology innovators to the heads of small machine shops and providers of workholding, drilling and grinding tools, manufacturers from across the country will gather this fall at an unprecedented industry summit to chart a new course for the domestic manufacturing industry. Kennametal Inc., a global market leader in delivering productivity in demanding environments through innovative custom and standard wear-resistant solutions, has become the newest experience partner to sign on for the event.
Taking place Sept. 12-14, 2011, in Las Vegas, the Interactive Manufacturing Experience (imX) will bring together industry leaders from companies large and small who recognize that only through education and collaboration can the nation's manufacturers thrive in today's global marketplace. "Although we're still seven months out from the event, early response from manufacturers coast to coast is an indicator of imX's vital importance to this industry," said Steve Prahalis, experience manager, imX.
Dozens of exhibit partners already have committed to joining the conversation and to demonstrating their own manufacturing innovations at imX, among them: Big Kaiser, Blum LMT, Briney Tooling Systems, Carl Zeiss IMT, Caron Engineering, Castrol Industrial, CGTech, Chiron America Inc, Cimcool Industrial Products, dataZen Engineering, Delcam, Esprit/DP Technology, Exsys Tool, GTR mbH, Heimatec GmbH, Hermle Machine Co., Hurco Companies, Index Corp, Jauch Schmider GmbH, Iscar Metals Inc, Koma Precision, Kuka Robotics, Losma, Marubeni Citizen-Cincom, MasterCAM, MD Tooling, Midaco Corp, Mitsui Seiki, Pat Mooney Inc, REGO-FIX, RobbJack Corp/Crystallume, Royal Products, Schunk, Seco Tools, SNK America, StarragHeckert, Stratasys, Unisig, United Grinding Tech, Von Ruden Mfg, WTO Inc and Zoller.
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