EuroMold 2014

EuroMold, the world’s leading trade fair for moldmaking, tooling, design and application development, will take place from November 25-28, 2014. This year aims to set itself apart by means of a new hall concept and exhibition halls 8.0, 9.0 and 11.0 will spatially reflect synergy effects and future prospects in the fields of moldmaking, tooling and additive manufacturing. By redesigning the layout of the exhibition areas, visitors will have an even clearer impression of the possibilities regarding collaboration, innovation and future prospects across the entire process chain.

Exhibition hall 8.0 represents the centrepiece of this year’s EuroMold. Through the special exhibition entitled “Additive Manufacturing and Tooling”, it will demonstrate examples of profitable cooperation between both sectors. In a similar way, this will be clearly addressed in the ‘theme park’ entitled, “Strength in moldmaking with additive manufacturing”. In addition, the ‘Thermoform Area’ and the topical forums entitled “Materials” and “Lightweight Construction” will take place in Hall 8.0. The offering will be rounded off with the Design & Engineering Forum, together with the CAE Forum, which will focus on the state-of-the-art technologies in the field of computer-supported design and engineering. Furthermore, the CAMPUS area, which will focus on lightweight construction, will offer companies and universities the opportunity to share ideas and establish new contacts.

Exhibition hall 9.0 will be dedicated entirely to Asian exhibitors, representing the moldmaking and tooling industries among others. The Asian market is continuously increasing in importance for European companies, and represents the sales market of tomorrow for all industry sectors. In Hall 9.0 visitors will find the most recent products and technological innovations from the Far East. Visitors will also have the chance to establish direct contact with manufacturers from Asian countries and develop new contacts.

In Hall 11.0 the focus will be on additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping / rapid tooling and 3D printing. Innovations from the creative sector and the field of application design will be on display. A particular highlight will be the EuroMold 3D School, which will offer students the chance to try their hand at 3D printing. A classroom will be installed in the exhibition hall, in which students will receive lessons on the topic of 3D printing.

“With the new structure of the exhibition halls, we are better positioned to meet the desires of exhibitors and visitors,” says trade fair Eberhard Döring. “We will arrange the exhibition areas in exhibition halls 8.0, 9.0 and 11.0 in such a way that the added value to be found in inter-industry collaboration becomes even more apparent. Moreover, this year the strong trend towards joint stands is an encouraging development. For example, a large number of associations, countries, regions and research institutes are set to present their work alongside one another. This demonstrates the spirit in which the EuroMold takes place year after year: ‘Success through Diversity’.”

As the world’s only specialist trade fair of its kind, EuroMold covers the entire industrial production process chain – operating under the slogan, “From idea to series production”. Traditionally, its visitors come from all areas of industry.

For more information or to register, visit: www.euromold.com

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