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Published: 2/6/2019

These PMTS Tech Talks Dial in on Benchmarking and Next Gen Leaders
CEOs from MachineMetrics and Core Powered Inc. present separate Tech Talks to help you get an in-depth look at the industry from different perspectives.

Published: 2/4/2019

Parts Cleaning Trends Take Front Seat at PMTS 2019
To get a feel for the current hot topics in parts cleaning prior to the show, I asked several of the exhibitors what attendees should expect the show “buzz” to be as well as their thoughts and insights about the show and conference.

Published: 1/31/2019

See Showfloor Demos from ZPS and NomuraSwiss at PMTS 2019
PMTS’s showfloor demonstrations are scheduled opportunities for attendees to see technology live without other distractions in the booth. Put time aside for these events that allow you to see the latest equipment in action, with company person...

Published: 1/21/2019

PMTS Tech Talks to Focus on Skiving vs. Shaving, Deburring
The PMTS 2019 Tech Talk schedule includes presentations from Lester Detterbeck Enterprises on the differences between skiving and shaving, and Heule Precision Tools on deburring parts with cross holes.

Published: 1/17/2019

See Showfloor Demos from Index and Edge Technologies at PMTS 2019
PMTS’s showfloor demonstrations are scheduled opportunities for attendees to see technology live without other distractions in the booth.

Published: 11/20/2018

PMTS 2019 Registration Opens
The first 1,000 attendees who register for free online to attend North America’s only trade show dedicated to the precision machining industry will receive special VIP status.

Published: 9/18/2018

Parts Cleaning Conference in Search of Speakers: Deadline is Sept. 30
The 2019 conference will be held in April during the Precision Machining Technology Show (PMTS), which has seen record attendance at the past three events.

Published: 11/9/2015

Would You Rather Have a Paper Print or a 3D-Printed Prototype?
This custom cutting tool manufacturer uses a 3D printer to provide customers with a physical prototype to view and handle, not just a part print illustrating its complex design.