MACH-TOOL exhibition featuring Eva and Space Spider

The MACH-TOOL exhibition within the Innovations-Technologies-Machines (ITM) Fair in Poland will showcase the most cutting-edge machines and tools for a vast number of technical and engineering industries. Many in the field of metallurgy are sure to come, but others from areas, such as hydraulics and pneumatics, will find much to gain by attending the trade show in Poznan.

Of course, it’s not just an exhibition show. The event will also give visitors access to workshops and forums, where they can engage experts about neat trends and unexpected developments within the industry. It’s the place to be if you’re trying to get your hands on the latest manufacturing tools, as you can learn about them directly from manufacturers and industry experts.

Among the hottest topics this year are 3D scanning and printing. Naturally, Artec 3D’s local partner 3D Master will be on site, giving you a preview of Artec 3D’s contribution to production and manufacturing technologies. On display from Artec’s line of 3D scanners will be Artec’s Eva and Space Spider – two of the Luxembourg company’s superstar devices. Indeed, many visitors to the exhibition will already be familiar with Artec’s 3D imaging solutions, as they provide manufacturers, designers, quality control inspectors, metrological experts, and engineers with easy-to-use instruments that streamline and speed up production.

A classic example can be seen here, where Artec Eva beat out traditional methods of measurement, helping a spare parts company drastically cut down on time on reverse engineering. Or here, where Eva was literally instrumental in optimizing and enhancing operations at a leading foundry in the US.

So, if you’re looking for simple, smart solutions that can create impact for your business, make sure to visit 3D Master at this year’s MACH-TOOL exhibition. Ask them more about Artec Eva – a fast 3D scanner, which is ideal for rapid prototyping. Or if you’re looking for industrial-grade scanning with additional bells and whistles, inquire about Artec’s Space Spider. It’s a top-of-the-line 3D scanner, which was designed originally for the International Space Station and is ideal for scanning small objects with extremely high accuracy.

When: June 5 – 8

Where: Poznan, Poland (Address: ul. Głogowska 14, 60-734 Poznań)

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