This year RoboticsTomorrow has setup a special newspage devoted to news and announcements from International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS 2014). Make sure to check it out.

Upcoming Tradeshow, Conference & Exhibition Summary <br>October, November, December

Brandon Hetherington for | RoboticsTomorrow

 

This year RoboticsTomorrow has setup a special newspage devoted to news and announcements from International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS 2014).  Take a look at news at our IMTS 2014 Newspage here.


Here is a summary of what Tradeshows, Conferences & Exhibitions to look forward to in the coming months.

For our Full Event Calendar click here


 

 

October:

 

RIA NATIONAL ROBOT SAFETY CONFERENCE

OCT 14 - 16 2014, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

Join us for the 26th National Robot Safety Conference, the leading event for industrial robot safety and compliance.

 

ATX MIDWEST 2014

OCT 15 - 16 2014, SCHAUMBURG, IL

ATX Midwest will move to the Schaumburg Convention Center in 2014 for a two-day event. ATX Midwest delivers key decision makers in manufacturing engineering, design engineering, and corporate/senior management, representing top industries, including automotive and transportation, consumer products, and industrial, chemical, and allied products.

 

THE ASSEMBLY SHOW

OCT 28 - 30 2014, CHICAGO, IL

After a successful launch event in 2013, we are looking forward to bringing back this exclusively assembly focused tradeshow for another incredible year! The main objective of this event remains the same — helping suppliers, buyers and users of assembly equipment in manufacturing plants connect, learn, share and explore all things “assembly.”

 


 

November:

PACK EXPO INTERNATIONAL

NOV 02 - 05 2014, CHICAGO, IL

 

Only PACK EXPO focuses on processing and packaging solutions while at the same time introducing you to technologies and ideas from all different industries. It’s the one place you can discover innovations you didn’t know existed and truly see what is possible. When you need to meet efficiency targets, launch a new product, automate or streamline your operations, start by exploring PACK EXPO International 2014.

 

FABTECH 2014

NOV 11 - 13 2014, ATLANTA, GEORGIA

 

The show provides a backdrop for visitors to experience live equipment demonstration, find cost savings solutions, and network with industry peers throughout the 500,000+ square feet of show floor throughout the B and C buildings at the Georgia World Congress Center. The event also provides learning opportunities beyond the exhibits with over 100 educational sessions and expert-led presentations on the latest industry trends and technology in the metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing industries.

 


December: 

No Shows of note scheduled.  Enjoy the break!


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