ATX West will be held from February 7th - 9th in Anaheim, California. This ManufacturingTomorrow.com Special Tradeshow report aims to bring you news, articles and products from this years event.

Special Tradeshow Coverage for ATX West 2017

Brandon Hetherington for | ManufacturingTomorrow.com

 

ManufacturingTomorrow.com - Special Tradeshow Coverage of ATX West 2017 in Anaheim, California

The ATX West expo gives you the largest collection of advanced design and manufacturing technology suppliers in the world. Whether your focus is custom automation and assembly, collaborative robotics, M-to-M communication, manufacturing-floor robotics, or data security, source products and services for the development of automation and robotics innovation in a time-saving format with more than 2,200 solution providers — all in one location.

 

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This article will assist you in finding what you are interested in at ATX West 2017.

 


At ATX West 2017:

CENTER STAGE - Your Learning Hub

Center Stage is the base for all of the show action, every day. Free presentations, demonstrations, and state-of-the-industry spotlights will cover topics including industrial robotics, Industrial IoT, virtual reality, mega trends, and DIY.  Full Schedule.

 

TECH THEATER - The Latest Tech in Action

The Tech Theater is where the most innovative exhibitors showcase their latest automation and robotics technologies. Ask questions, get answers, and discover new solutions you can engineer into your projects.  Full Schedule.

 

LUNCHES & WORKSHOPS - Feed Your Hunger to Learn!

Sponsored lunch-and-learn sessions, as well as our full- and half-day workshops, for extra insight and education you simply can't find at the office. Last year's sessions included an insightful look into automation software's impact on reducing risk in the manufacturing process

 

GOLDEN MOUSETRAP AWARDS - Honoring Design Excellence

Celebrate the exceptional efforts in advanced design and manufacturing—by start-ups and giants alike—at America's biggest awards event for the industry. Don't miss meeting 2017's innovative winners, including the Rising Engineer Star and Gadget Freak of the Year.

 

SMART MANUFACTURING FOCUS - Discover the Factory of the Future

Smart manufacturing is here to stay. Explore a host of activities, specialist suppliers, and educational sessions that will bring you face-to-face with the collaborative robots and cyber-physical systems you need to understand to keep up with the shifting landscape.  Full Schedule.

 

 

Check out our Special Newspage devoted to this years Show.

Check out our Partners in our ATX West Product Spotlight.

 

 

 


Visit RoboticsTomorrow.com Sponsors at the show:

 

maxon precision motors - Booth #2282

 

Zimmer Group US, Inc. - Booth #4121

 

Dorner Mfg. Corp. - Booth #5020

igus - Booth #3419

MICROMO - Booth #1423

US Digital - Booth #4128

 

 

 

Check out our Special Newspage devoted to this years Show.

Check out our Partners in our ATX West Product Spotlight.

 

 

 


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