Following the postponement of EuroBLECH 2020, LVD announces plans for a series of virtual technology events and technology days to be held from September to November 2020 to launch and showcase new laser cutting, bending and punching products for the sheet metal working market.
LVD’s technology events will showcase products originally planned for the Euroblech debut, and will also feature a combination of virtual events and face-to-face technology days at the Experience Center in Gullegem, Belgium.
Both the virtual and on-site events provide attendees with an in-depth look at LVD’s latest developments. The Virtual Tech Events offer comprehensive product demonstrations, information sessions on various metalworking technologies and industry trends, and a platform for information exchange as you would expect at a physical trade show. The days at the LVD XP Center take place with much smaller groups and increased security measures.
Euroblech, the world’s largest exhibition for sheet metal working, has been postponed until March 2021 in view of the ongoing COVID 19 crisis.
“Without strong confidence that health and safety guidelines can be met in a large exhibition environment like Euroblech, we need new ways to engage with manufacturers and help them discover new technologies,” said Francis De Bie, CCO of LVD. “As we adapt to the ‘new normal,’ it’s more important than ever to help companies build more flexible and resilient businesses.”
LVD is a leading manufacturer of sheet metal fabrication equipment, including laser cutting systems, punch presses, press brakes, guillotine shears, and automation systems integrated with and supported by the CADMAN® software suite. LVD’s Industry 4.0-enabled products and technologies enable smart manufacturing.