SharpLase at the 16th international exhibition "Metalworking-2015"
When: 25-29 of May, 2015
Where: CEC "Expocentre", Moscow
Annual "Metalworking" international exhibition was held from 25th to 29th of May. Around 1,000 participants from 35 countries attended the the exibition. Special national pavilions of Belarus, Germany, Spain, Italy, China, Slovakia, Taiwan, Switzerland, France, Czech Republic were built.
Last year was "Metalworking" anniversary - the exhibition was held for 30 years. Today it is among the top 10 industrial shows in the world and continues to develop.
During the exhibition scientific and technical forums and seminars were held, and a number of conferences and presentations on new trends in the industry and its current problems took place.
"Metalworking " is being held since 1984 and it is the largest project in the machine tool industry in Russia and the CIS and it offeres innovative solutions for the modernization of Russian machine-building sector.
Out company's equipment is widely used in the metalworking. During the exibition representatives of manufacturing companies and souvenir and jewelery industries were able to see the cpabilities of SharpLase® laser marking systems.
On the "Metalworking" we have presented 3-axis table with programmable moving XYZ axes which allows to increase the processing field size up to 600x400 mm. The equipment also has a "plotter" mode used for cutting and engraving lines without joints. The equipment is managed by the modern software system.<.p>
Visitors especially liked the professional model. It is the only model on the Russian market which can perform engraving on the elliptical circles. It also comes with an extended basic configuration, laser diodes for the focal distance search, work area lightning and built-in video camera. This model has the longest guarantee in Russia - 3 years.
Many visitors were able to test the equipment by themselves and to create the engraving and marking samples on their material with the help of our engineers.
You can learn more about "Metalworking-2014" and our participation in it here.