Open between 08.30am-14.30pm, MachineBuilding.Live will take place at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham and will be based on an unconventional model, offering exhibitors a fair playing field.
Machine builders, systems integrators, and OEMs looking to automate or have machines constructed for their production processes will find solutions at MachineBuilding.Live from a variety of sources. The event will be compact, with all stands having the same size shell design to offer a location that makes it simple, efficient, and rewarding for guests who require maximum answers in the minimum amount of time.
OMRON, Pilz Automation, IXON, and Igus are just a few of the well-known business experts who have already agreed to deliver workshop sessions, with a speaker program also in place.
The event will have the support of several other industrial publications and websites, including TEN’s own Machine Building.Net and Industrial Technology Magazine.
“The National Motorcycle Museum is a superb venue for this type of event,” says TEN managing director Luke Webster. “It offers easy access, abundant free parking right outside the event door, and the collection of motorcycles is simply outstanding.”
TEN Publisher Mark Newby added, “With more than 30 key exhibitors signed up before this unique event was officially launched, we know that visitors can look forward to an interesting and rewarding day.”
It’s fantastic to see TEN continuing to expand its offerings, with the development of the MachineBuilding.Live event. We look forward to seeing how the event unfolds, and hearing what we are sure will be fantastic feedback from the industry.