MEMEX 2010 to display cutting-edge technology

Publish on 5/24/2010 11:05:35 AM

Middle East Manufacturing Exhibition (MEMEX) is the 4th International Trade Show for Technology, Machinery Tools and Solutions for the Middle East Manufacturing Sector will take place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre on 28-30 November 2010. MEMEX is the foremost industrial event in the region designed to spur business and showcase cutting-edge machinery, technology, services and solutions for the manufacturing sector.
MACTECH 2010- a comprehensive hands-on networking event

Publish on 5/24/2010 11:05:58 AM

The 10th International Exhibition for Machine Tools, Industrial Tools, Welding and Cutting Equipment is one of the largest and most complete displays of manufacturing technology in the Middle East with hundreds of exhibitors and thousands visitors. The event is held every year in Cairo, Egypt. MACTECH brings you the future of manufacturing technology in the Middle East.
Saudi Arabia posts strong economic growth

Publish on 5/24/2010 11:05:09 AM

Saudi Arabia's macroeconomic growth is the healthiest in the Gulf and it is now leading the pack as it has embarked on a massive spending plan, according to Credit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank (C.I.B.). "Saudi Arabia holds the healthiest macroeconomic outlook, followed by Abu Dhabi and Qatar," John Sfakianakis, chief economist for the Middle East at Credit Agricole (C.I.B.) said.
Taiwan Palmary keen to penetrate Gulf market

Publish on 5/24/2010 10:05:56 AM

Taiwan-based grinding machine manufacturer Palmary Machine Co. Ltd President C.L. Cheng shared with International Metalworking News-Middle East its approach in penetrating the Gulf market. IMNE: What steps are you taking in developing your Gulf market? Mr. Cheng: Customers in the Middle East usually rely on industrial products from Europe and the U.S., but since Asian countries are now doing well, many customers from the Gulf regions turn to Asia to purchase their equipment.
Principles behind laser welding operation

Publish on 5/24/2010 10:05:46 AM

The present use of laser welding is rooted in the scientific discovery of the first laser in the 1960s, when the effects of an amplified light beam forced by radiation emission were put into practice. The working principle behind laser welding actually lies in the emission generated at the meeting point between light and metal, with the latter emitting force radiation.
Ansaldo Abu Dhabi workshop to offer welding techniques

Publish on 5/24/2010 10:05:23 AM

Ansaldo Energia, Italy's industrial company for turbine manufacture, has inaugurated its first new gas turbine workshop at ICAD III of the Higher Corp. for Specialised Economic Zones (ZonesCorp.) in Abu Dhabi, bringing its latest innovative industrial technologies for the first time to the Middle East. The workshop, which occupies a land of 3,200 square-metres, would help customers save time and money, as they had to wait for a long time to have their parts repaired overseas.
Laser welding technique

Publish on 5/24/2010 10:05:09 AM

Laser welding is technique used to weld pieces of metal together. It uses a laser beam as a heat source, which limits the heat to small areas and raises the speed of both the heating and cooling processes. Laser welding is often used to make cars, airplanes and spacecraft. The laser beam used in laser welding is very thin and very concentrated. It forms when a medium is excited and emits photons. Laser beams can be either continuous or pulsed.
Digital manufacturing minimises product recalls

Publish on 5/24/2010 10:05:38 AM

GCC states are presently on a drive to move away from their oil-based economy and diversify into the manufacturing sectors to sustain its economic growth. Huge amounts of investments are pouring into the industrial sector to boost the countries' industrial manufacturing base. However, manufacturers in the Middle East face a fundamental conflict in their efforts to improve their processes with the goal of delivering products with no discernible defects.

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