Motek/Bondexpo 2024 Trade Fair Duo Presents Cutting-Edge Technology for Solving the Challenges of Automation

The 42nd Motek, In­ter­na­tion­al Trade Fair for Pro­duc­tion and As­sembly Auto­ma­tion, to­geth­er with the 17th Bon­d­expo, In­ter­na­tion­al Trade Fair for Bond­ing Tech­no­logy, will be show­cas­ing prac­tic­al solu­tions for man­u­fac­tur­ing from 8 to 11 Oc­to­ber.

  • June 26, 2024
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  • Picture: P.E. Schall GmbH & Co. KG
    Picture: P.E. Schall GmbH & Co. KG

Manufacturing companies are facing major challenges, ranging from efficiency, cost-effectiveness and resource conservation to dealing with the shortage of skilled labour. At Motek/Bondexpo's proven industry platform in Stuttgart from 8 to 11 October, suppliers and users will exchange ideas on how to further improve production processes in the usual thematically focused and practical working atmosphere. The traditional autumn event will present the industry with new, interesting and sustainable approaches.

Feed Technology: Digitalised and Networked

Preparations for the show are in full swing. Topics include networked, intelligent production components and systems, assembly support systems and workstation systems, solutions for easy implementation and commissioning, as well as object recognition and image processing for inline part detection. Traditionally, feeding technology also plays an important role. A wide range of components, parts, assemblies and end products need to be fed and discharged in specific configurations for production processes. This is a key step in manufacturing operations. 

Supplementary Programme as Ideal Addition to a Trade Fair Visit

The exhibition concept traditionally also includes a first-class supporting programme, which enriches a visit to the exhibition with in-depth information and provides additional opportunities for personal exchange of expertise. The Safety + Security in Automation Forum, organised by Pilz and held on the first day of the exhibition (8th October), is already a traditional feature of the programme. The specialist forum is a meeting place for experts from associations, science and industry who want to find out more about current topics relating to safe automation and machine safety. The focus will be on practical presentations on safety in machine manufacturing, safe production, new machine regulations and corporate sustainability. All presentations can be attended individually and spontaneously without prior registration.

“A highly interesting supplementary programme is currently shaping up for this year’s event,” says Rainer Bachert, longstanding Motek/Bondexpo project manager at trade fair promoters P. E. Schall. “Once again in 2024, expert visitors will experience a concise trade fair concept with a consistent thematic structure in order to make trade fair visits efficient and profitable for everyone involved. The challenges faced by the manufacturing industries necessitate a personal and practical exchange of technical expertise and a broad range of information. Suppliers and users alike are looking forward to taking advantage of Motek/Bondexpo 2024 as a traditional communication and technology platform for their production automation operations.”