TIMTOS 2023 launches new thematic areas, showcasing future technologies for smart manufacturing

The Taipei International Machine Tool Show, also known as “TIMTOS”, is scheduled to return in 2023 from March 6 to 11 at Nangang Exhibition Center, Halls 1 & 2 and TWTC Hall 1. According to organizer TAITRA, all exhibition space has been sold. and the allocation of stands will be completed at the end of October 2022.

TIMTOS 2023 will host over 6,000 booths to showcase a full range of metal cutting machines, controllers, key components, smart manufacturing solutions and more. Additionally, three new thematic areas are added to showcase “Advanced Metalworking Technology”, “Additive Manufacturing” and “Future Manufacturing”.

Major players in the global machine tool industry have registered for TIMTOS 2023. Big names at home and abroad include CHMER, Fair Friend Group, FANUC, HEIDENHAIN, HIWIN, KAFO, MAZAK, Mitsubishi, Siemens, TAKISAWA, TRUMPF, TTGroup, Victor Taichung, YCM and YOUJI. Switzerland, Germany, the United States and Denmark will also set up national pavilions at TIMTOS 2023. The latest designs and smart manufacturing technologies will be featured in every aisle of the grand show.

The addition of the all-new themed areas will add more dynamism to TIMTOS 2023, says TAITRA. The “Additive Manufacturing” area will bring together all the latest technologies for manufacturing rolled sheets. Precision metalworking that drives the burgeoning business opportunities in electric vehicles, aerospace and low-orbit satellites will be highlighted in the “Advanced Metalworking Technologies” area. The “Future Manufacturing” space will place visitors at the frontier of new technologies and tools such as 5G, AI, digital twins, edge computing, industrial metaverse, collaborative robots, etc.

Under the theme “Keep Rolling in Metalworking”, TIMTOS 2023 aims to connect the global machine tool ecosystem and provide the latest models and diverse innovative solutions to make metalworking smarter, more efficient and more sustainable.


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