IMTS 2014

The International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) is the largest and longest-running manufacturing technology trade show in the United States. The biennial event will take place at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois September 8-13, 2014. As the show approaches, please check back for new product updates. We will also have information about new technology, pavilions to explore and conference information.

ARTICLES

  • IMTS 2014
  • Expandable Pins Permit Easy Re-Use of Soft Jaws

    The Hermann Schmidt Company showcases its Expandable Collet Pin.

  • IMTS 2014
  • Meet John Force Racing at Flow International

    Flow International hosts John Force and Robert Hight of John Force Racing for autograph-signing event.

  • IMTS 2014
  • A New Fadal

    Fadal is back, and with a new ownership.

  • IMTS 2014
  • ExOne Exhibits Inconel 625 Additive Parts

    The recent qualification of Inconel 625 will enable the production of parts in a density better than 99 percent, the company says.

  • IMTS 2014
  • More than Just Workholding

    Schunk offers automation solutions in addition to its line of workholding machines.

    BLOGS

    Nissan 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

    While Nissan may not have been the first OEM to offer it, but its “Around View Monitor” (AVM) technology is (1) impressive and (2) widely available throughout the company’s lineup, not just something that’s kept for top-of-the-line models.

    A Bentley You Can Sleep In

    As you may have heard, there was a bit of a contretemps between the heads of design for Bentley and Lincoln (Luc Donckerwolke and David Woodhouse, respectively) regarding the design of and the name of the Lincoln Continental Concept, or at least Donckerolke suggested that Lincoln ripped off the design of the Bentley Flying Spur, and then there is the issue of the name “Continental,” which has associations with both vehicle manufacturers (though Lincoln has the edge on that one). Which brings us to Istanbul.

    A Diamond As Big As a Rolls

    One of the features of modern transportation is the orange traffic cone, which is usually spotted in seemingly endless lines.