MACH 2020

20 to 24 April 2020

National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham

The UK’s premier event to showcase manufacturing technologies

Attracting 25,000 visitors and in excess of 600 exhibitors, MACH is the platform to connect UK manufacturing engineers, decision makers, buyers and specifiers with suppliers of new technology, equipment, services and processes.

MACH is owned and organised by The Manufacturing Technologies Association, the voice for the manufacturing technologies industry, committed to driving innovation, creating value and helping UK manufacturing to thrive.




16 – 19 June 2020

Palexpo Geneva, Switzerland

Precision on show in Geneva

EPHJ, (formerly EPHJ-EPMT-SMT) is the only trade show in the world which brings together, at the heart of Europe, all high-precision skills in the areas of watch-making and jewellery, microtechnology and medical technology.  The show facilitates the development of synergies between high-precision technology professions.  EPHJ takes place, in Geneva, from 16th to 19th June this year.  Visit the exhibitors and talks to become thoroughly informed about the latest innovations, services, cutting-edge solutions and technologies for the design, manufacture, development and promotion of your products.  Leading medtech specialists will showcase their latest products to help you discover how they can be used in your field of application. 

Engineering Capacity is a supporting partner of EPHJ 2020.  To take advantage of the Engineering Capacity reader offer, which include free entry, email brook@tema.de .

Reader offer includes:

Access to conferences & roundtables (space can be reserved on request)
Complimentary train ticket within Geneva (for people staying at a hotel in the area)
Welcome kit: fair catalogue, city guide, maps



CASTcon 2020

7th & 8th April
Cranfield University
Future-proofing the cast metals industry

The event includes a good range of presentations from the industry, and features a number of practical case studies. In addition there are a number of technical updates from the industry’s supply chain and keynote presentations from leading figures from the wider manufacturing sector.

The evening session on the 7th, will include an opportunity to explore some of the challenges and productivity gains available to manufacturing through industrial digitisation.