The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) will host The Total Manufacturing Experience — a new manufacturing event to be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center March 27-30, 2006. The Total Manufacturing Experience will draw leaders from key industries, including aerospace and defense, medical, automotive, electronics, high tech and more.
The Total Manufacturing Experience will focus on automation and assembly. The event combines several shows, including:
– The Westec 2006 Advanced Productivity Exposition, North America’s largest annual manufacturing and metalworking event. Exhibitors include 600 manufacturers and distributors from 150 categories representing 2,500 international product lines;
– The SME Summit, which highlights the activities of SME’s Technical Community Network, including presentations on new applications and developing research on advanced technologies spanning the entire manufacturing discipline. It also provides professional development sessions, to help manufacturing practitioners remain competitive in the market;
– Automation & Assembly Conference & Exhibits, which offers opportunities for advanced learning. Solution Suites will focus on key process challenges and exhibitors will work together to present integrated solutions. Attendees will move directly from the conference sessions to the exhibit floor, where they will see what they’ve just learned in the classroom put into real-world action at Automated Manufacturing Cells;
– Micro-Manufacturing Conference, where experts and leading researchers will discuss advancements in micromachining, focusing on processes used to create micro features on micro or macro parts;
– Nano-Manufacturing Conference, which focuses on the fast-growing field of nanotechnology; and
– Lean Job Shop Conference, which provides comprehensive lean manufacturing applications for small- to medium-sized manufacturers.
For more information: 800-733-4763.