The ASSEMBLY Show held its ninth annual event featuring new equipment, expert speakers, awards programs and networking from Tuesday, October 26, to Thursday, October 28, 2021, in Rosemont, Illinois.
Thousands of manufacturing executives and buyers, facing a variety of new challenges from supply chain disruptions, and labor shortages to raw material cost increases took the opportunity to see the newest equipment, technology, and solutions at the ASSEMBLY Show.
The tradeshow and conference, produced by BNP Media, publishers of ASSEMBLY Magazine, offered a dynamic educational program, vibrant exhibit hall offering hundreds of new products and several exciting networking events with the focus on the future of manufacturing.
“It was wonderful to bring the industry back together safely in person and receive very positive feedback from the exhibitors and attendees who truly appreciate the focus of this event exclusively on assembly manufacturing,” said Bill DeYoe, publisher, ASSEMBLY Magazine.
The exhibit hall floor had 210 exhibitors, as well as the 20 finalists in the New Products Awards Program that displayed their latest cutting-edge technology and equipment. Winners were announced in each of the five categories, including Assembly Machines and System, Adhesives-Dispensing and Curing, Fastening Tools, Robotics and Factory of the Future.
Additionally, more than a dozen exhibitors demonstrated their companies expertise related to the latest technological advances in assembly in the “Learning Theaters” in the exhibit hall. This included such topics as automation in today’s new normal, wireless error-proofing, the benefits of AGV, linear robot design considerations, cobots in assembly, robotic leak testing, motion control simplified and more.
To learn more about the 2021 ASSEMBLY show or on information on the 2022 show, visit www.assemblymag.com.