The TRAM ’14 International Conference brought together people interested in making industry even more innovative.
The first TRAM in the United States was a success by all accounts, with more than 300 attendees representing 15 countries.
Nearly 30% of the attendees identified themselves as part of Corporate Management.
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Armed with insight as to what our attendees want to see, TRAM will be returning to Chicago in 2014, once again co-located
with the International Manufacturing and Technology Show.
TRAM ’14 will examine the implications of trends focusing on these key areas:
Advanced Machining Processes to produce more complex parts for the latest
designs in aircraft structures and engines, as well as other industries that can
benefit from similar machining processes. The conference will examine the impact
of these processes and techniques.
Advanced Manufacturing Technologies have been introduced and traditional
methods have been improved. The conference will consider the effectiveness and benefits of using new and developing
Advanced Materials are being used, including composites and titanium alloys,
which produce lighter, stronger structures. Aircraft engines are using materials
that enable them to work at higher operating temperatures, increasing their efficiency
and operating performance. The conference will examine the impact of these materials
and the new manufacturing technologies being developed.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Interested in learning new technologies in advanced manufacturing?
The conference is for manufacturing business leaders, managers, engineers—anyone
who leads or plays a key role in a machining and manufacturing facility that serves
the aerospace sector. Sponsored by leaders in the industry, the conference will
cover the machining of new, difficult to machine materials, advanced manufacturing
methods and will give you a glimpse into the future to put you ahead of your competition.
A sample of 2012 attending companies:
3 Points Machining/Aerospace
Aero Dynamic Machining, Inc
Allied Machine & Engineering Alp Aviation
Alpha Q Inc
C&A Tool, Inc.
Deere & Co
Exotic Metals Forming
Federated Precision, Inc.
Fuchs Lubricants Co.
General Dynamics Electric
Heller Machine Tools
Hexagon Metrology Inc.
Hirschler Mfg Inc
Ingersoll Machine Tools, Inc.
Invema- Spanish Machine Tool
J D Machine Corp.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Jet X Aerospace, Llc.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd
Komet of America
Lai International, Inc.
Maintenance Service Corp.
Marvin Engineering Co.
Micro Facture LLC
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Mitsubishi Electric Research
Morris Technologies Inc
North Hartland Tool
Omni Aerospace, Inc.
Patriot Machine, Inc.
Plano Machine & Instrument
Pratt & Whitney
Produktech Engineering Ag
Prospect Mold and Die
PVP Advanced Eo Systems,
Radiac Abrasives, Inc.
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Royal Aeronautical Society
Royal Engineered Composites
Sierra Lobo, Inc.
Solid Concepts, Inc.
Stanley Engineering Co., Inc.
Surface Enhancement Technologies
TDM Systems Inc.
Truline Industries Inc.
United Machine Company
Varney Manufacturing, Inc.