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EuroBlech 2008

Monday, September 01, 2008
 
EuroBlech 2008
More than 1350 exhibitors from 37 countries already have
 They’ll Be There
Here are just a few familiar suppliers you’ll find at EuroBlech 2008. Get the complete exhibitors list at www.euroblech.com.
• Aida
• AMS Controls
• Anchor Lamina
• AP&T
• Arku
• Autoform
• Automatic Feed Co.
• Bruderer
• Butech Bliss
• Coilmate/Dickerman
• CWP
• Dadco
• Danly
• Dengensha
• De-Sta-Co
• Dieffenbacher
• Dorner
• Dreher
• EFD
• Esab
• ESI Group
• Fanuc Robotics
• Finn-Power
• Güdel
• Hill Engineering
• Iowa Precision
• Lincoln Electric
• Mate Precision Tooling
• Minster Machine Co.
• P/A Industries
• Pilz
• Pronic
• Rapid-Air Corp.
• Red Bud
• Rowe
• Salvagnini
• Serapid
• Schuler AG
• Superior Roll Forming Corp.
• Tipco
• Trumpf
• Unist
• Yoder
committed to displaying at EuroBlech 2008, the largest sheetmetal-technology show in the world. The show, in Hanover, Germany, October 21-25, will encompass eight halls and more than 900,000 sq. ft. at the Hanover exhibition grounds, making it the largest EuroBlech ever. And attendance is expected to follow suit, eclipsing the 64,000-plus attendees from 73 countries for the 2006 show.

“In particular, the areas of separation technology, flexible sheetmetal-working technology, joining technology and tool technology have expanded considerably,” says Nicola Hamann, exhibition director for show organizer Mack Brooks Exhibitions.

 EuroBlech 2008
When: October 21-25, 2008
Where: Exhibition Grounds, Hanover, Germany
Show Times: Tuesday, October 21-Friday, October 24: 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, October 25: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
For more information, visit www.euroblech.com.

The massive event, dubbed the 19th International Sheet Metal Working Technology Exhibition, is organized to encompass the entire sheetmetal to finished-part journey and ease attendee navigation via these technology sectors:

• Sheetmetal, tube, sections (ferrous and nonferrous)

• Finished products, components, assemblies

• Handling

• Separation/Cutting

• Forming

• Flexible sheetmetal working

• Tube/Section processing

• Machine elements

• Joining/Welding/Fastening

• Surface treatment of sheetmetal

• Tools/Dies

•Controlling/Regulating/Measuring/Testing

• Quality assurance

• CAD/CAM systems/Data processing

• Factory and warehouse equipment

• Environment protection/ Recycling

 • Safety at work

 • Research and development. MF

 


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