Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA) recently announced that it will be organising the seventh edition of IMTEX Forming, IMTEX Forming 2022 at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) in Bengaluru from June 16-21, 2022. The concurrent shows, Tooltech 2022, which focuses on machine tool accessories, forming tools, die & moulds, metrology, CAD/CAM, etc and Digital Manufacturing, which features latest innovations in Additive Manufacturing and Industry 4.0, etc will be held along with IMTEX Forming 2022.
Over 350 exhibitors from 16 countries would be participating in the exhibition which is being held after a gap of more than two years. IMTEX Forming 2022 along with Tooltech and Digital Manufacturing will span around 33,000 square metres of exhibition space with companies from Austria, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, UK and USA, exhibiting there.
IMTEX Forming 2022 and Tooltech 2022 will bring diverse groups and stakeholders on a common platform for knowledge sharing and transacting business. Technologies in metal forming, such as presses, bending, welding & joining, high speed laser machines, robotics & automation in sheet metal working, Additive Manufacturing, metrology, and CAD/CAM essential for manufacturing will be displayed ‘live’, enabling visitors to take informed decisions.
Expressing his thoughts, Ravi Raghavan, President, IMTMA, cited, “IMTEX Forming is Southeast Asia’s leading show on metal forming and manufacturing technologies. With the country having just recovered from the global pandemic, the exhibition will be crucial in advancing India’s manufacturing capabilities.”
Further, P J Mohanram, Principal Advisor, IMTMA, added, “Technology enthusiasts will have a lot to unearth on various developments in forming machinery, near net manufacturing, Additive Manufacturing, digital manufacturing, shop floor automation and evolutionary Industry 4.0.”
The six-day exhibition will have visitors from various industry sectors such as auto, auto components, aerospace, defence, railways, power, medical equipment, white and brown goods, oil & gas equipments, ship building, and many more industries.
The highlights of the show are –
More than 350 exhibitors
Exhibitors from 16 countries
700+ live machines
Focus on digital manufacturing
Around 33,000 square metres of exhibition space
i2 Academia Pavilion (an event for academia and industry to interact and explore possible tie-ups)
Aatmanirbhar Bharat Pavilion - showcasing select indigenous technological capabilities and solutions developed within India
For more information about the event, log on to www.imtex.in