MachineBuilding.Live expands, offers new visitor experiences for 2024
The Engineering Network Ltd
Posted to News on 3rd Jun 2024, 08:30

MachineBuilding.Live expands, offers new visitor experiences for 2024

Organised by Kent-based The Engineering Network (TEN), MachineBuilding.Live has been expanded to accommodate almost 160 exhibitors this year when the event opens on 2nd October. There has been a near 50% jump in the number of exhibitors compared to the inaugural event last year.

MachineBuilding.Live expands, offers new visitor experiences for 2024

The extensive exhibitor portfolio is matched by an even busier Workshop programme for 2024 which now features 10 presenters discussing a wide cross-section of technologies, practices and processes that are vital in the lives of machine builders and systems integrators. Presenters include Lenze, igus, Euchner, SICK, Omron, Schneider Electric, Festo, Hold-Tech Files and Pilz UK. Delegate places are free of charge and may be booked as part of the visitor pre-registration process. Many of the 2023 Workshops were standing room only and the Organisers are urging potential delegates to reserve their places soonest.

A further enhancement for 2024 is the MachineBuilding.Live Action Arena, where visitors can get hands-on with a variety of moving exhibits. Schneider Electric and RBTX are amongst the headline participants.

As previously, the venue for MachineBuilding.Live is the acclaimed National Motorcycle Museum, just outside the NEC in Birmingham. In addition to abundant free parking and free event entry, visitors will further benefit from a complimentary breakfast roll and brew on arrival (before 11:00), as well as a free pass to visit the fantastic motorcycle museum with (otherwise priced at 15 for adult entry).

Visitors can expect to discover and discuss hundreds - possibly thousands - of the newest products of interest to machine builders that have emerged over the 12 months since the last event.

MachineBuilding.Live uses a unique format that has been universally praised by both exhibitors and visitors alike, allowing visitors to get into the event, get around it, discover and discuss solutions to their needs and get back to work in record time. Entry is by pre-registration only in advance and potential visitors can register now at this link.


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