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Technical Closing Report METAV 2022

22.09.2022

Düsseldorf, 15 September 2022. – After four years, METAV - International Exhibition for Metalworking Technologies opened its doors again from 21 to 24 June 2022. More than 180 exhibitors from 16 countries presented their products and solutions.
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METAV 2022 moves manufacturing technology back into focus

24.06.2022

Düsseldorf, 24 June 2022. – After four eventful trade fair days METAV 2022 – the 22nd International Exhibition for Metalworking Technologies – is drawing to a close today. By Friday afternoon over 180 exhibitors attracted to the tune of some 3,500 trade visitors.
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Smart, real-time measurement assistant

10.06.2022

Frankfurt am Main/Düsseldorf, 10 June 2022. – METAV 2022 from June 21 to 24 in Düsseldorf, Germany, will showcase metrology solutions that provide users with powerful support as they embrace the digital transformation.
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Using automation to leverage the full potential of machine tools

25.05.2022

Frankfurt am Main, 25 May 2022. – Automation is one of the most important ways in which manufacturing companies can raise their productivity levels and thus remain competitive. And many solutions are now easier to implement today than they were just a few years ago.
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METAV 2022 draws production experts to Düsseldorf

11.05.2022

Frankfurt am Main/Düsseldorf, May 11, 2022. – From June 21 to 24, METAV will once again be held at its usual location in Düsseldorf. Here, the trade fair, which is known for its high visitor quality, is closing an important gap for exhibitors and trade visitors after a pandemic-related break.
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Additive chain reactions in component manufacturing

10.05.2022

Frankfurt am Main, 10 May 2022 – An international network is researching new processes for additively manufactured parts in the EU’s ‘Ad-Proc-Add’ (Advanced Processing of Additively Manufactured Parts) project.
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