Top exhibitors will be showcasing their products at Austech 2011, Australia’s leading showcase for products and processes for the advanced manufacturing and machine tool sector.
Over 80% of available Austech floor space has already been purchased since bookings opened in mid-September.
Austech 2011 is the ideal platform for manufacturers and end-users to investigate the next generation of manufacturing methods that can help to develop their business further.
Austech 2011 and National Manufacturing Week will be held alongside the triennial Ausplas international plastics industry exhibition, creating one of the largest manufacturing exhibitions in Australia.
Exhibition Director Shane Infanti says that cost-cutting and process optimisation will continue to be the focus of the exhibition.
In the face of global competition, high-end technology and tools to improve production efficiencies will be the highlight at most of the exhibitor stands.
Visitors to Austech 2011 will get to view the latest technology available in the market and also discuss applications that help them provide value-added high technology solutions.
Show highlights include machine tools for metal cutting and forming, production systems, high-precision tools, CAD/CAM systems and accessories.
Owned and operated by AMTIL (Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited), Austech 2011 will be held from 24 May to 27 May at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.