Welcome to IMTEX 2024
The Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) will organize its flagship IMTEX at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) in Bengaluru.
The 50 - year old machine tool exhibition, IMTEX, will now be a more comprehensive and extrapolated show covering an exciting assemblage of new-age technologies under one roof by remodeling itself to a new paradigm as the International Machine Tool and Manufacturing Technology Exhibition.
IMTEX showcases a wide range of metal cutting machine tools. The manufacturing segment will feature a broad spectrum of technologies ranging from Digital Manufacturing to Cloud, Additive Manufacturing, Digital Factory, Industry 4.0 etc.
IMTEX FORMING 2022 along with Tooltech and Digital Manufacturing held from 16th - 21st June 2022 at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) in Bengaluru evoked a good response from the manufacturing community worldwide. The exhibition featured 350 exhibitors from 19 countries including India and attracted 25,656 visitors from 45 countries, including trade delegations and institutional buyers. Visitors connected with Additive Manufacturing and Industry 40 in the concurrent Digital Manufacturing show as well as the indigenous technologies displayed in the AatmaNirbhar Bharat pavilion. Other concurrent events such as the i2 Academia Pavilion, Jagruti and Live Demo on Industry 4.0 also drew enthusiastic response. Trade delegates from 250 companies across India from sectors including aerospace, defense, railways, power, electronics, medical equipment, textiles, agriculture, turbines, etc. visited the show. Business orders worth around 500 crores and inquiries around 4600 crores were generated, as reported on the last day of the show, demonstrating its success and potential for the future.
Beginning from the late 1990s, Tooltech has become synonymous with IMTEX showcasing innovations in machine tool accessories, metrology and CAD / CAM cutting tools and trends from the tooling industry.
Showcase your wide range of technologies in 3D printing and Industry 4.0 concepts besides robots, cobots and software at the Digital Manufacturing Pavilion and maximize the value of your products and processes by providing end-to-end visibility and control of production processes.
WELDEXPO In association with Indian Institute of Welding (IIW)
Welding finds acceptance among a
wide range of manufacturing applications: pressure vessels, aircraft, ships,
medical devices and high-volume products like automotive parts, appliances,
food packaging and microelectronics.
WELDEXPO will facilitate in exchange of new technologies, IIW and IMTMA can supplement the growth of each other through WELDEXPO.