Phillips Machine Tools, a leading provider of manufacturing technology solutions, is set to revolutionize the toolroom landscape in India with the introduction of groundbreaking Hybrid Machines at the 13th Die & Mould India 2024 Exhibition. Organized by the Tools & Gauge Manufactures Association (TAGMA India), the exhibition will commence with a grand opening tomorrow at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon, and will continue till February 17, 2024.
Recognizing the exponential growth of the Indian market, Phillips Machine Tools aims to empower toolmakers with flexible and advanced manufacturing facilities. At the Die & Mould India 2024 exhibition, attendees will have the unique opportunity to witness live machining processes, showcasing Phillips’ complete solutions of production technology tailored for toolmakers in India.
Among the noteworthy exhibits at Phillips Machine Tools’ stall (Hall 1, Stall E02), spanning an impressive 289 square meters, are advanced and popular machines from Haas Automation, Hermle, Phillips Surface Grinder, Phillips EDM, and Accutex Wire EDM machines, as well as Precihole deep hole drilling machines and additive technologies from Formlabs and Meltio. However, what sets this edition apart is the introduction of Hybrid Machines, poised to redefine manufacturing dynamics for toolmakers.
Phillips Machine Tools has harnessed the innovative laser metal deposition technology of Meltio and seamlessly integrated it with the world-renowned Haas CNC vertical machining centres, creating cutting-edge Hybrid Machines. This integration offers unprecedented value by combining additive and subtractive technologies within a single platform, thus eliminating the need for separate metal 3D printers. Phillips Machine Tools aims to empower toolmakers with enhanced efficiency, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness through this pioneering approach.
Terrence Miranda, Managing Director of Phillips Machine Tools, emphasized the pivotal role of the 13th Die & Mould India Exhibition in shaping the future of precision engineering in the manufacturing landscape. “With our extensive range of advanced machines, we are committed to driving innovation in Indian manufacturing,” stated Mr Miranda. “Our participation in this event provides attendees with a unique opportunity to experience the future of precision manufacturing firsthand.”
Phillips Machine Tools invites visitors to explore their comprehensive production technology offerings under one roof, promising an immersive experience of manufacturing innovations aimed at propelling Indian manufacturing towards success. They aim to provide innovative solutions that enhance manufacturing capabilities, profitability, and productivity. For further information and inquiries, please visit Phillips Machine Tools in Hall 1, Stall E02, during the 13th Die & Mould India 2024 Exhibition.