PMTS 2011, April 19 – 21

Presented by the Precision Machined Products Association and co-presented by Production Machining and Modern Machine Shop magazines, the biennial Precision Machining Technology Show (PMTS) in Columbus, Ohio, is an international gathering of manufacturers, suppliers and end users of products and services dedicated entirely to the production of precision machined products and turned parts.

Presented by the Precision Machined Products Association and co-presented by Production Machining and Modern Machine Shop magazines, the biennial Precision Machining Technology Show (PMTS) in Columbus, Ohio, is an international gathering of manufacturers, suppliers and end users of products and services dedicated entirely to the production of precision machined products and turned parts.

2011

PMTS returns to the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio, April 19-21 2011. Make plans now to exhibit at or attend the premier event in precision machined parts manufacturing.

2009

Despite challenging economic conditions, PMTS 2009 delivered. The event featured the leaders in supplying and applying precision machining technology. Relationships were generated and sales were made. That is what PMTS is about—connecting the leaders in precision machining technology.

Process Cleaning

The Process Cleaning Expo (PCx) is proud to announce its joint collaboration with the Precision Machining Technology Show for 2011. Cleaning technologies will be highlighted on the PMTS show floor in a separate cleaning pavilion, and the PCx conference program will offer attendees a chance to take a deep dive into the processes, products and techniques that can make their business better.

Details

To get all the important information you need about the show, visit pmts.com. A link to registration is available on the home page, or you can go straight there.

For more information about how the show benefits attendees and exhibitors alike, follow the Editor's Pick link at the right to read a column presented by Monte Guitar, Director of Technical Programs at the PMPA.