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

    The Road to Smart Transportation: What About the Ruts?

    “A tide of innovation has invigorated the global auto industry, and we are taking these giant leaps forward to remain a leader of new technology. “We are not doing this for the sake of the technology itself.

    Since When Did the FIA Care About Cash?

    This past weekend the 2014/2015 FIA Formula E Championship kicked off with a race in Beijing.

    2014 Lexus CT 200h

    While I am loathe to directly quote a press release, I’m doing so here to make a point: “In 2007, the F brand launched with IS F, a super sedan that catapulted the Lexus brand onto tracks and into driving purists’ hearts with a specially built 416 horsepower V8, track-tuned chassis and street-dominating attitude. “Then came the Lexus LFA, a V10-powered supercar that sent a 552 hp, carbon-fiber shockwave through the world’s top sports car echelon.” And: “The ‘F’ stands for Fuji Speedway, where Lexus conducts much of its high-speed development.