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Nway Oo Ko
02-01-2010, 09:39 PM
(Credit to Ko April Min (http://www.aprilmin.co.cc/2008/05/international-machine-building.html), the show was held in May 2008.)

I woke up when mobile phone rang in early morning. A call from another continent. A voice which was familiar yet. And, at the end of conversation, what I got was Sleep debt. Before sleeping again, my friend told me that I was sent an invitation for International Machine Building Exhibition 2008. Wow!




I went out from subway station holding the invitation card in hand and checking the direction map. A shuttle bus was waiting us. A few minutes later, it was heading to sub-urban area where the Exhibition Center lies.





The center that held the exhibition was on wide plain. It could be seen from a far. Its gray color made itself grand. It was of series of interconnected flat buildings. After passing stylish-architectural arch, Colorful flags were dancing in the wind. Of industrial giant countries (Austria, Belgium, Great Britain, Germany, Denmark, Italy, China, Poland, Belarus, Russia, Slovakia, USA, Turkey, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, South Korea and Japan ).


The main categories of exhibition were:

* technological equipment for different sectors of metalworking industry
* machines for processing of metal, wood, stone and synthetic materials;
* forge, pressing and foundry machinery;
* laser machinery and equipment;
* heat-treatment facilities;
* metal cutting, abrasive and diamond tool;
* electromechanical and electronics manufacturing industry;
* automobile manufacturing;
* heavy and power engineering industry;
* machine construction and road building;
* quality control systems;
* products certification;
* scientific and technical projects, technological engineering developments and manufacture management;
* scientific and technical literature and information;
* investment projects





Printed online registration form helped me to get name card without queuing. At the first step over security check, the Blue-carpeted pavilion was ahead. A row of CNC (Computerized Numerically Controlled) machines lay along blue-carpet way.


The Blue-carpeted pavilion


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Then I visited Yellow-carpeted, Green-carpeted and the last Red-carpeted pavilions till closing time.



SNAP SHOTS
VERTICAL MILLING CENTER

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ROBOTIC WELDING

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BEARING MOUNTING INSTRUMENT

http://i221.photobucket.com/albums/dd79/aprilmin/DSC03701.jpg

CNC MACHING CENTER

http://i221.photobucket.com/albums/dd79/aprilmin/DSC03667.jpg

YELLOW-CARPETED PAVILION

http://i221.photobucket.com/albums/dd79/aprilmin/DSC03789.jpg


LONG-FEEDER CNC TURNING

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CNC DRILLING


http://i221.photobucket.com/albums/dd79/aprilmin/DSC03748.jpg

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