The Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA) is hosting a two-in-one metal-cutting machine tool exhibition combo (IMTEX and ToolTech) at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) in Bangalore, India. The cutting-edge event for the burgeoning Indian subcontinent takes place between 26 January 2017 and 1 February 2017, and features participants from across the “Indian metal cutting industry.” As stated on IMTEX’s website:
It is South and South East Asia’s apex exhibition showcasing the latest trends as well as technological refinements from India and other global players. The mega event attracts visitors from a wide spectrum of manufacturing and ancillary industries including key decision and policy makers as well as industry captains who are keen to source latest technologies and manufacturing solutions for their product lines.
With the Indian economy on the rise, demanding more sophisticated, powerful and precise CNC horizontal boring mills—and because FERMAT returned from previous IMTEX trade shows with excellent sales—FERMAT’s back again with fine prospects of signing on more satisfied customers in the Indian market.
Mr. Russel Karimov and Mr. Ladislav Valdman, FERMAT’s Sales Managers for India, together with representatives from FERMAT’s local branch in Bangalore, Fermat Machinery Pvt. Ltd., will be there, in the 4th Hall, standing tall, at Stall B 128.
They will have on display FERMAT’s latest creation straight out of its sleek, super-secret South Moravian skunkworks, a creative cabal known for market-changing machines: it is their newest rendering of FERMAT’s most popular table-type horizontal boring mill, with all its marvelous features in headstock design and machine construction, but one built on linear guideways for extremely smooth and astoundingly exact interpolation. This added benefit allows FERMAT’s WFT 13 L CNC to outperform its competitors with quick and simple ease. It keeps the same hard-hitting power as before and becomes even more precise, rolling along its snazzy new linear guideways instead of sliding along lubricated box guideways.
Easier maintenance and smoother, more seamless movement for absolutely superb interpolation (all at the same price of a standard FERAMT WFT 13 CNC)—make FERMAT’s new WFT 13 L CNC an ideal choice for customers.
But, it’s not all work and no play for Russ and Ladislav at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC).
In addition to the culinary delights of its food court, Russ and Ladislav will be treated to the very best in intellectual stimulation with a series of fascinating seminars geared specifically to their far-reaching machine tool interests, from machining to surface finishing, tooling and cutting fluids. What could be better?
So, if you’re in Bangalore and looking for the very best CNC horizontal boring mills, drop by IMTEX 2017 and visit Russ and Ladislav in hall 4, stall B 128, and see FERMAT’s new adaptation of its most popular table-type horizontal boring mill built with linear guideways, WFT 13 L CNC.
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