FABTECH – Canada’s Largest Metal Forming, Fabricating, Welding and Finishing Event June 14-16

DCS FABTECH Canadas Largest Metal Forming Fabricating Welding and Finishing Event 1 400

June 14, 2022

 

FABTECH Canada is returning to the Toronto Congress Centre June 14-16, 2022, and they are excited to welcome you back! With restrictions in Ontario and surrounding provinces currently easing, they want to assure you that plans are moving forward, and the event will take place as scheduled.

Show management and their partners are dedicated to producing a dynamic and productive event this June, with the health and safety of all participants our top priority. They are actively monitoring and tracking all safety guidelines and will make any updates or changes as needed here.

 

EXPO HOURS

Tuesday June 14 10 AM — 5 PM
Wednesday June 15 10 AM — 6 PM
Thursday June 16 10 AM — 4 PM

ADMISSION

Show floor admission is complimentary if you register before June 10, 2022. After this date and onsite, there is a $50 registration fee.

VENUE INFORMATION

The Toronto Congress Centre (South Building) 
650 Dixon Road
Toronto, Ontario M9W 1J1

 

Watch this video for an overveiw of what. you can expect to see

{videobox}https://vimeo.com/388530567{/videobox}

 

 

To register, click here 

 

Related Articles

  • New G2RV-ST And G3RV-ST Relays from Omron

    New G2RV-ST And G3RV-ST Relays from Omron

    Omron’s New G2RV-ST And G3RV-ST Relays Are Among the Fastest in the Industry That Provide Better Visibility, Top-Notch Reliability, and Vibration Resistance January 23, 2023 Speedier relays are a key requirement in today’s fast-paced manufacturing industry, and Omron responded to this need with the new ST relays that are among the fastest available on the… Read More…


Editor’s Pick: Featured Article

Conserving Power and CO2 Emissions with Premium Efficiency Motors

The process of converting electrical energy to mechanical energy is never perfect. As much as we would like to have a 100% efficient motor, it is impossible to build a machine that will take 746 watts of electricity (the equivalent of 1 Hp) and convert it to 1 Hp of mechanical output. It always takes somewhat more than 746 watts to yield 1 Hp’s worth of output.

Motors are continuously being pushed to be more efficient and reduce these losses. Over the years the guiding regulations of motor manufacturing have pushed us to improve efficiencies to new levels to reduce the considerable global power consumption of motors, as they are everywhere. From our factories, utilities and homes and most anywhere you can think of.

How much power consumption aka money are you spending that you do not have to? Take a minute while having your coffee to see if you can save money.

Read More



Latest Articles