On Wednesday, November 13th, our CEO and Founder Greg Mark will be participating in a panel called Leadership Exchange. We will also be demoing our AI-powered software, Blacksmith, at our booth (A3946).
FABTECH 2019 will be held at the McCormick Place in Chicago from November 11 to the 14th. This event provides a handy one-stop shop where you can meet with world-class suppliers, and see the latest metal fabrication products and industry advances.
Sensor and system solutions are intelligently networked and setting the pace of Industry 4.0. Our commitment is to the development and manufacture of sensors, identification systems and industry solutions for every area of industrial automation. Visit us at Booth #D45322.
With the market's focus on connected machines, data mining, and Industry 4.0 technologies manufacturers need a system that connects all aspects. We will be providing demos of our advanced CAD/CAM, MES, ERP, Quoting, and Advanced Analytics platforms. Visit us at Booth #A3521.
Booth #B37012. All of our new products are developed with networking capabilities that allow us to save and record manufacturing information, broadcast it to key stakeholders and self-identify when connected to other equipment.
Xometry is excited to highlight our newest manufacturing capability, Carbon DLS. Carbon uses digital light projection, oxygen-permeable optics, and programmable liquid resins to produce products with end-use durability, resolution and surface finish. Visit us at Booth #A4343
Booth #B6543 - We will be releasing three new advanced manufacturing modules for metal fabricators: Lantek Analytics, Metalshop, and iQuoting. All platforms are cloud-based to allow manufacturers access to pertinent information from anywhere they have an internet connection
Pleora's AI Gateway is the most straightforward way to train and deploy artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms for inspection applications. With "no code" training, plug-in AI skills for detection, sorting, and classification, and processing flexibility to support open source and custom algorithms, designers and users can immediately reduce costly inspection errors while preparing for advanced Industry 4.0 and IoT applications.