Having gained strong industry recognition, the shows attract reputable brands who are well-prepared to present their up-to-date and most
in-demand mould making, die casting, metalworking, 3D printing and automation technologies. Some of the prominent brands confirmed for the 2017 edition include:
Zhugai Gree Precision Mold Co Ltd
Making its first appearance at the show, Gree Precision Mold is a one of China’s leading mould manufacturers. With over 30 years of industry experience, the company specialises in the R&D of moulding technologies and products as well as additive manufacturing for larger products. The company also manufactures various moulds including injection, sheet metal and precision moulds, and offers sales and after-sales services.
Dynacast (Dongguan) Ltd
Dynacast manufactures die cast components with zinc, aluminium and magnesium alloys. The company has extensive engineering expertise and uses specialised manufacturing technologies to serve the automotive, consumer electronics, telecommunications and other industries.
Ka Shui Technology (Huizhou) Co Ltd
Ka Shui Technology is a leading company that specialises in alloy die casting and plastic injection moulding. The company provides an array of services including design conceptualisation, tool design and building, die casting, plastic injection moulding, CNC machining and more to electronics, automobile and household companies worldwide.
DSM Desotech Specialty Chemical (Shanghai) Co Ltd
DSM is a leading provider of high-performance 3D printing materials. Since the late 1980s, the company’s Somos® group has earned a global reputation for stereolithography material innovation. Prototypes made from Somos® resins are often used for R&D purposes in the aerospace, automotive, consumer goods and healthcare industries.
Apart from a diverse line-up of exhibitors, more than 60 buyer delegations are expected to attend the fair. They include Amway, Bluemoon, BYD, FAW – Volkswagen, Gree, Honda, Midea, Pangaoshou, Skyworth, TCL, VIVO, and others. Asiamold and SIAF expect to collectively welcome over 65,000 professional buyers from around the world to discover new business leads.
Comprehensive fringe programme to create ample business opportunities for fairgoers
More than just a trade platform, Asiamold also provides valuable learning experiences to the industry. The comprehensive fringe programme creates business opportunities for fairgoers to exchange professional insights and discover different market perspectives. Held parallel to the exhibition will be the first-ever “Intelligent Manufacturing Workshop”. Jointly developed and organised by APM 3D Creation and Renishaw, the workshop will highlight both companies’ total manufacturing solutions which incorporate moulding, 3D printing and industrial robotic technologies.
Additionally, the second edition of the Guangzhou International Mould and Additive Manufacturing Technology Summit will run in unison with the first two days of the fair. The summit, led by prominent industry experts, will consist of 12 sessions covering the latest 3D printing and moulding technologies. Some of the highlighted speakers and their respective topics include:
- Topic: Graphene 3D Printing and Industrial Applications
Speaker: Mr Zhang Xiao Xun, CEO, PMG 3D Technologies (Shanghai) Co Ltd
- Topic: 3D Green Manufacturing – The Combined Process of Forging and Milling High-end Metal Parts
Speaker: Professor Zhang Hai Ou, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
- Topic: Surface Treatment by Laser Quenching Revolutionises the Moulding Industry
Speaker: Mr Zeng Jian Nan, Technical Manager, Han’s Laser
- Topic: Trumpf’s Laser Mould Manufacturing Solutions
Speaker: Mr John Wang, Product Manager, Trumpf (China) Co Ltd
- Topic: Applying Laser Melting Additive Manufacturing (Metal 3D Printing) Technology to the Moulding Industry
Speaker: Mr Rodgers Ma, Business Development Manager, Renishaw (Shanghai) Trading Co Ltd
- Topic: Metal 3D Printing Application in Conformal Cooling Channel Tooling and Case Analysis
Speaker: Professor Liu Bin, Mechanical and Automotive Engineering College, South China University of Technology
Many networking opportunities and informative concurrent events are also planned. Over 20 sessions of high-level seminars will be offered to highlight the industry’s innovative technological breakthroughs in mould, die and 3D printing technologies.
Another key highlight at the fair will be the 3D Printing Gallery in Hall 1.1. With “Illuminate the Future” as its theme, the gallery will showcase more than 60 practical lifestyle products to demonstrate how current 3D printing technology impacts people’s daily lives. The gallery’s exhibits will feature an array of components for consumer goods as well as complex parts for the mould, medical, dentistry, aerospace and automotive industries and more.
Asiamold is organised by Guangzhou Guangya Messe Frankfurt Co Ltd and forms a part of a series of international events including formnext and Intermold Japan. The next edition of formnext will be held from 14 – 17 November 2017 at the Frankfurt exhibition grounds in Germany. Intermold Japan will take place from 12 – 15 April 2017 in Tokyo. For more information regarding Asiamold, please visit www.asiamold-china.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Background information on Messe Frankfurt
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