Laser Institute of America (LIA) will hold its fifth annual Lasers for Manufacturing Event® at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, GA from April 26-27, 2016. A one-stop shop for companies looking to integrate laser technology into their production, LME offers you the chance to see the latest advances in laser technology, network with elite members of the laser industry, discover solutions to both current and future manufacturing needs, and gain a better understanding of laser basics in free education sessions. In these sessions, experienced industry leaders from companies like TRUMPF Inc., Alabama Laser and Massiv Automated Systems join together to provide unique insights into incorporating laser technology in the most effective ways.
“It is hard to imagine that anyone involved in manufacturing is unaware that to be competitive we must use technology,” says LIA Executive Director, Peter Baker. “One shining example is laser technology, and LME 2016 offers everything the beginner and early adopter needs to know.”
From the Laser Technology Showcase and ‘Ask the Expert’ Booth to the keynote addresses, free educational courses and tutorials, LME was designed to meet the needs of individuals interested in utilizing laser technology within their companies. In addition to learning opportunities, you can also meet with suppliers who can teach you to integrate technology into your company’s production. By connecting interested companies with the most helpful suppliers for their business, LME sets attendees up for success.
“LIA’s LME event is recognized as the premier event for those interested in industrial lasers and peripheral equipment,” says David Havrilla, Manager of Products and Applications for TRUMPF Inc., a main sponsor of LME. “Whether you are new to the industry or a veteran, LME gathers all the relevant suppliers and key technical spokespersons to present and advise you during this two-day exhibition and conference.”
Held in conjunction with LME, LIA’s Lasers for Manufacturing Summit will take place one day prior to LME, on April 25, at the Renaissance® Atlanta Waverly Hotel, where it will continue its tradition of providing a unique experience for those interested in expanding their understanding of lasers in the manufacturing marketplace.
“For manufacturing executives, the LME Summit provides business overviews of the technology, applications and market supplemented by a panel of industry experts who can guide you to profits,” says Baker.
Always looking to provide the best experience possible, LIA is offering a brand new way to explore LME in 2016 with the Laser Technology Tour. Guided by industry experts, the tour takes you around the exhibit floor and introduces you to the numerous companies present while explaining the latest technology showcased. This easy way to explore LME can help you find companies with solutions to your manufacturing challenges while introducing you to experts who can answer your questions. To sign up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You must be registered for LME in order to participate.
For more information or to register, visit: www.laserevent.org