Montréal Manufacturing Technology Show | May 11 - 13, 2020 | Place Bonaventure | Montréal (Québec)

Quebec’s leading manufacturing event
will return May 11 - 13, 2020.


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MMTS specializes in Machine Tools, Tooling, Metalworking, Automation, Additive Manufacturing, Design and Physical Asset Management solutions for manufacturing professionals.
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Access 5,000+ manufacturing professionals looking to purchase the latest manufacturing technology.
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Featured Keynotes & Special Presentations

MMTS isn’t just about the exhibits. It’s power-packed with education programming and networking activities that build knowledge and relationships.
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MMTS is a great place to interact and reconnect with those whom I’ve had the opportunity to know and work with. It’s wonderful to see new products and machines performing live within the exhibitors’ booths. This is an event I will continue to attend as long as I’m in my current field.

Benoit Gauthier, uniGear Industries Inc.


Québec manufacturing SMEs have on average eight positions to fill

MONTREALMay 9, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ – According to the latest results from STIQ’s Baromètre industriel québécois (Quebec Industrial Barometer), SMEs continue to suffer from a labour shortage, to the point where it is compromising the growth of some of them. The number of positions to fill represents on average 15% of the total number of employees, ranging from 10% for companies with 100 to 500 employees to 21% for those with 10 to 19 employees. Small businesses are thus twice as affected by the labour shortage as the larger companies. The study also shows that 83% of respondents say they are concerned about skilled labour recruitment problems, while three quarters consider succession to be a major issue, such levels have not been seen in the last 10 years.

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Canada Goose Deepens Roots in Montréal with Opening of New Manufacturing Facility

The company’s 8th factory is expected to create more than 650 new jobs over next two years

TORONTO, Feb. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ – Canada Goose (NYSE/TSX: GOOS) today announced that it will open its second factory in Québec and eighth wholly-owned manufacturing facility in Canada, a testament to its continued commitment to keep production of its core down-filled jackets in Canada. Located in the Chabanel area in Montréal, Québec, the 115,000 square-foot factory will be operational and employ more than 100 people by the end of March 2019 with an expected 650 new positions at full capacity by the end of 2020.

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The National Research Council of Canada and Fives join forces to develop inspection technology for the aerospace sector

MONTREALJan. 15, 2019 /CNW/ – As the aerospace industry in Canada and around the world continues to increase its use of automated composite manufacturing techniques to produce large aircraft components, the industry is eager to find solutions to manufacture reliable, safe, and cost effective composite structures. The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) and Fives are working together to improve the efficiency of manufacturing composite parts. They are developing an advanced profilometer that will provide faster and more accurate part inspection.

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Happy #MFGDay18!

Every year, thousands of manufacturers around North America open their doors to inspire the next generation of manufacturers. See official #MFGDay events in Canada today and learn what the modern manufacturing industry is all about: mfgday.com/Canada

As a proud supporter of Manufacturing Day 2018, SME is excited to drive awareness of manufacturing, the exciting career opportunities that are available and the advanced technologies that are driving the industry. For us, every day is Manufacturing Day.

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Governments of Canada and Quebec invest in Quebec’s advanced manufacturing sector

SHERBROOKE, QC, June 28, 2018 /CNW/ – The Government of Canada is investing in Quebec’s advanced manufacturing sector to promote innovation and create middle-class jobs.

Today, the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, announced that the federal government will invest up to $21.1 million in advanced manufacturing company TEKNA Plasma Systems Inc.Minister Bains was joined by the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie and Member of Parliament for Compton–Stanstead. Luc Fortin, Member for Sherbrooke, Minister of Families and Minister responsible for the Estrie region—on behalf of Dominique Anglade, Deputy Premier of Quebec, Minister of Economy, Science and Innovation, and Minister responsible for the Digital Strategy, and François Blais, Minister of Employment and Social Solidarity—announced a $9.4-million investment from the Government of Quebec. The total value of the project is up to $128.4 million.

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PowerMill 2019, the latest version of Autodesk’s expert CNC milling software, includes a whole new suite of solutions for high rate Additive Manufacturing.

Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology is still in its infancy, relative to established techniques such as milling, anyway. Like any infant, it is progressing at a dramatic rate. The image of AM as the 3D printing that goes on in a box in a corner is already out of date. Mainstream manufacturers like DMG Mori and Mazak are offering hybrid machines; equipment with both deposition (AM) and reductive (milling) capabilities. Autodesk PowerMill 2019 is designed to meet the growing demand for hybrid manufacturing.

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AN SME 4.0 FOR FIVE YEARS WITHOUT EVEN KNOWING IT…

Solaxis Ingenious Manufacturing, a Bromont-based company specializing in additive manufacturing (industrial 3D printing) for almost 8 years, joined Aero Montreal’s MACH FAB 4.0 Initiative in January 2018. The program will help Solaxis continue its shift to the 4.0 industry, which it started a few years ago.

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