Meister Abrasives USA to participate at the 33rd edition of the premier International Manufacturing Technology Show
Swiss company Meister Abrasives will take part in the premier manufacturing technology show in North America – IMTS. The 33rd edition of the conference will take place in September 12-17, 2022 in Chicago, Illinois, USA and will be held at the McCormick Place – one of the first and most significant convention center campuses in the United States. During the show, some of the most important industry professionals and players in the manufacturing technology industry come together to discover the latest innovations in digital and traditional manufacturing and new machining technologies.
As an official exhibitor, Meister Abrasives of Switzerland and its sister company Alfons Schmeier will present to the public their latest technological innovations in the area of superabrasive grinding solutions. With its unparalleled expertise, Meister Abrasives turns its innovations in ceramic and hybrid bonds with CBN and diamond grits into industry-wide benchmarks. Adept in precision grinding, Alfons Schmeier continuously improves its offering and has recently developed the industry-first sulfur-free solution for honing cups and stones that does not compromise tool life. The innovative technologies and superior materials employed in all Meister Abrasives’ and Alfons Schmeier’s solutions, make the latter revolutionary for the industries in which they are used: automotive, emobility, semiconductors, medical, bearing, ceramics and coating. From grinding coated brakes, through mastering the properties of Silicon Carbide (SiC), to eliminating malicious sulfur Meister Abrasives and Alfons Schmeier apply their extensive expertise to design solutions that define the world of tomorrow.
Visit Meister Abrasives’ stand to discover the brand’s latest innovation and personally meet the brand’s experts. Learn how Meister Abrasives’ cutting-edge technological solutions empower people in their everyday life and shape the future.
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