AMB 2008, Stuttgart

The AMB (International Exhibition for Metal Working) was held from 9th – 13th October 2008. In total 1300 exhibitors from 27 countries displayed their products and services over an area of 105,200 m² in nine halls dedicated to various fields. The 2008 event set new standards in many respects: the AMB took place in a beautiful and modern exhibition center, with ideal travel and communication connections. This resulted in a record number of visitors – over the 5 days of the exhibition 80,000 trade visitors were counted, a 60% increase compared to the previous event in 2006. 

OneCNC also made use of the international industry platform to exhibit its products, as well as taking the opportunity to maintain contacts with existing clients and establish links to potential new customers.

OneCNC Germany had in attendance Uwe OneCNC Germany, Stephan OneCNC Germany, Sebastion OneCNC Poland, Michael OneCNC Germany and Bob from OneCNC Australia.


AMB was a very busy show so much so that group demonstrations were often required to cope with the volume of interested customers. As one demonstration was started many others also watches sometimes requiring an open discussion. One such time was like this Uwe OneCNC Germany (second from left) in group discussion.


Here Uwe is demonstration OneCNC features to just 2 guys allowing for more of a question and answer specialized discussion.


Stephan OneCNC Germany (second from right) in his element also with a large group in product discussion.


Here Michael OneCNC Germany (left) doing a group demonstration for a few guys. Michael is an accomplished hands on machinist with many years of experience in the industry. Michael is based in southern Germany and services OneCNC customers many in that area.


Here Uwe is demonstrating a pre-release of what is coming in the OneCNCXR3 Lathe Mill Turn Multi-Function machining to be release around the end of 2008.


Ataman Chooses OneCNC

Why we chose OneCNC - Ataman

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