Concurrent events to highlight the latest mould, additive manufacturing and forming technologies
Asiamold – Guangzhou International Mould & Die Exhibition is set to hold its 10th edition from 20 – 22 September 2016 at the China Import and Export Fair Complex in Guangzhou. Over 360 exhibitors are expected to occupy two halls spanning across 20,000 sqm of exhibition space. More than 20,000 visitors, ranging from manufacturers and product suppliers to distributors and end-users, are anticipated to source in-demand mould making, die casting, metal working and 3D printing technologies for global manufacturing markets at the show.
Thematic zones are key to the show’s success and help big buyers in the manufacturing industry with their sourcing. At Asiamold 2016, the 3D Printing Asia Zone will continue to be a major fair highlight. To date, more than 85 renowned exhibitors from China, Germany, the Netherlands, Singapore and Taiwan have confirmed their participation in the zone and will showcase their latest rapid prototyping, CAD/CAM software development, 3D laser engraving technologies and more. Among the confirmed exhibitors are some of the world’s leading metal printing solution providers including Guangdong Hanbang 3D Technology, Jiangsu Yongnian Laser Forming Technology, Shenzhen Farsoon 3D Printing, Z Rapid Technologies and many others. Additionally, 3DCeram, a well-known ceramic 3D printing company from France, will also participate for the first time.
Not only does Asiamold facilitate global trade by connecting buyers and suppliers from across continents, but it also serves as a pivotal marketing and networking platform for all participants involved. The fair’s concurrent programme is crafted to help industry players unlock a world of business potential. This year, more than 30 sessions of high-level seminars covering mould, die and 3D printing technologies will be offered to highlight the industry’s innovative technological breakthroughs.
Additionally, the inaugural edition of the Guangzhou International Mould and Additive Manufacturing Technology Summit will run in unison with the first two days of the fair. The summit, led by prominent experts, will provide an overview of key technological development trends in the mould and die industry, and highlight challenges facing the automotive moulding industry. Furthermore, the final day of the summit will cover hot-button 3D printing applications for mould designs and metal printing as well as for the education, furniture and furnishing industries and more.
Apart from the concurrent interactive programme, another key highlight will be the 3D Printing Gallery. Over 50 creative projects focusing on high-precision designs will be displayed to demonstrate the latest 3D printing technologies. Some of the gallery exhibits will feature complex aerospace metal and auto parts, delicate jewellery and adornments with intricate patterns and more.
Asiamold is organised by Guangzhou Guangya Messe Frankfurt and a part of a series of international cooperated events including formnext and Intermold Japan. The next edition of formnext will be held from 15 – 18 November 2016 at the Frankfurt exhibition grounds in Germany. Intermold Japan will take place from 12 – 15 April 2017 in Toyko.
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