Leading Manufacturer of Safety Interlock Switches and Machine Guard Safety Switch Devices for Automation and Process Safety

Machine Building.Live is a one-day event for machine builders, systems integrator and OEM engineering professionals keen to automate. A unique opportunity to meet face-to-face with largest array of machine building and associated industry technical experts ever assembled in one place at one time in the UK. The event includes Workshops and a top quality speaker programme.

At this year’s show, IDEM will be presenting its extensive range of machine building safety solutions. You will have the opportunity to meet our design team and learn about our latest product innovations and features designed to advance machine reliability and safety.  The IDEM team will be on hand to perform live product demonstrations and answer any queries you may have around machine safety.

The show will take place in at the National Motorcycle Museum for one day only on the 4th October 2023. We are very much looking forward to welcoming you to our stand!

Visit IDEM at Machine Building.Live at Stand No: 31

If you would like to arrange a to meet one of our team from IDEM SAFETY SWITCHES at the show –Contact Us today on Tel: +44 (0)1942 257070 or email: sales@idemsafety.com

About the Show

Show Dates: 4th October, 2023

Show Location: National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham (adjacent to the NEC), UK

The Engineering Network (TEN), publisher of MachineBuilding.net, are the event organisers. MachineBuilding.Live takes place on 4 October next year, using an unusual format which one of the company’s founders pioneered with great success almost 20 years ago in another industrial market sector. The event is open between 08:30 and 14:30 and takes place at the acclaimed National Motorcycle Museum (adjacent to the NEC). It will showcase an outstanding array of suppliers providing solutions for machine builders, systems integrators and OEMs that are seeking to automate or have machines built for their manufacturing processes.

The organisers describe the event as compact, with all stands being the same size shell scheme to provide a place that makes it easy, quick and rewarding for visitors who need maximum answers in the minimum of time.