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An additive manufacturing (AM) system

has been introduced by EOS with a build

volume of 400 x 400 x 400 mm.

The system transforms the process from a

prototyping and small-volume production

tool into a manufacturing centre for largevolume production

of high-quality, industrial

metal components, directly from CAD data.

The company will use MACH as a platform

to launch the system in the UK. Called EOS

M 400, the machine produces parts from

metal powder, layer by layer. It is the first of

a new generation, building on established

metal AM machines in the company's


The modular, extendable platform is aimed

at industrial production applications, as the

increased volume of the build chamber (400

x 400 x 400 mm) allows the manufacture of

larger components or multiple smaller parts

within a nested volume. In addition, the

level of automation has been raised, commensurate with serial production.

For more information please contact Stuart

Jackson, UK & Ireland Regional Manager,

on Tel (0) 1926 623107, email stuart.jackson@eos.infojackson" target="_blank" title="Visit stuart.jackson"> or visit the website.

Stand 4660


MACH exhibitor Man and Machine wants

you to showcase your CAD skills with a

variety of different training courses available at the Man and Machine Training


The aim of the company, part of a panEuropean

group operating in 11 countries

and with over 500,000 installed CAD seats,

is to help you optimise your design

process. Whether you are in the manufacturing, engineering, architecture,

plant or

construction industries, it has the experience to understand your business and what

you are trying to achieve. "We have the

expertise to enable you to do it better," it


Establishesd in 1989 and with over 750

staff Man and Machine specialises in supplying CAD solutions. It provide


in digital design and data management with

over 60 years of combined technical experience.

It offers a range of Autodesk® Accredited

2D and 3D CAD Training for both design

professionals who are new to CAD drawing

software and those who need a more

advanced understanding. Standard training

courses include AutoCAD®, Autodesk®

Inventor® Sheet Metal Design and

AutoCAD® Electrical.

It can also provide specialised training,

including to help staff to progress further in

their understanding and productivity using

any of the CAD products it offers. If you

have very specific training requirements it

can provide flexible courses to maximise

CAD design capabilities. The content is

entirely up to you.

All courses currently take place in the Man

and Machine Training centre in Oxfordshire

or your own premises. All the scheduled

CAD training solutions come with Post

Training Support and, if needed, free telephone or email support is available for up to

one month after the course. Among the

most popular courses are AutoCAD

Essentials, AutoCAD Electrical

Fundamentals and AutoCAD Architecture


"Man and Machine were able to drop

straight in as our new reseller and provide a

seamless transfer from our previous supplier.

They have been on the software side and have also

provided a flexible training program for a

couple of our new starters," said Nick Slater

- ITAB Shop Concept.

More information from or on 01844 263 700 and a

new CAD Training Academy brochure is

available from this link:

Stand 4559








High Gain Technology supplies high

speed milling and grinding spindles for

UK and European companies, many

of them like Airbus UK and Jaguar

Cars with world class credentials.

The GTMA company is a leading supplier

of high speed machining solutions for

metal cutting, and has a strong focus on

customer service with an approach which

understands that every business is unique.

More than 300 companies have benefited from

this innovative approach, cutting

edge expertise and exemplary standards

of service. It will show at MACH its product range including high frequency

spindles, high speed robotic

machining solutions, minimal coolant systems, CNC

rotary tables and high speed CNC engraving machines.

Stand 4555





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