Design meets Technology
AMB will be the industry highlight in 2014 - in the middle of Europe´s leading high-tech region
The factor design for machinery is becoming increasingly important. Attractive design applies more than ever as an economic factor and as a corporate value. The need for a brand-strengthening design is more and more in the focus of machinery building companies. Design gives in addition to the functionality of the system key visuals and a high-quality brand image which plays an important role in the decision to buy a machine.
At AMB Stuttgart, the leaders of all known machine manufacturers meet. This year again the “art cube” of the mav magazin at the entrance of the exhibition center is their first meeting point.
Under the title "Design meets technology" defortec and other selected industrial design firms present excellent design, innovative ideas and intelligent solutions.
A fair team of defortec will be present over the entire trade fair. We appreciate your spontaneous visit and interesting discussions. If you want to make a personal appointment with us, please send an email to email@example.com or log on to 071 57/72 11 20 8. You can find us in the art cube of the entrance area East, Booth E1-100.
Our customers Licon MT (Hall 5-D 56), Oerlikon (Hall 1-C 58) and Kurt Breuning IRCO Maschinenbau GmbH (Hall 3-C 38) for which we could already be active in the past, exhibit at the AMB also.
The international Exhibition for Metal Working AMB, is regarded as the leading industry event and ranks among the world's top 5 exhibitions for this industry. More than 1,300 exhibitors from almost thirty countries will present the latest developments and innovations in machine tools, precision tools and their associated products for metal cutting. Products and machines from the areas measuring systems and quality assurance, robots, workpiece and tool handling, etc. are also on show at AMB.
Lightweight construction and composites are the leading topics at AMB 2014.The areas automotive manufacture, aviation and mechanical engineering are hardly conceivable without composites. The processing of composites such as carbon is extremely demanding and often pushes technology to its performance limits. In order to process materials in line with market conditions, precision, long service lives, use of resources and energy efficiency are promoted. Tool manufacturers and mechanical engineers must confront these challenges and provide efficient solutions as this trend is playing an increasingly bigger role.