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Japan Inspection Instruments Manufacturers' Show

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Start Date 24-11-2010 End Date26-11-2010
Venue Tokyo Big Sight
City Tokyo Country Japan
Category Plant & Machinery, Science & Technology

Event Profile
Japan Inspection Instruments Manufacturers' Show is the biggest event dedicated to non-destructive inspection and measurement, in Japan. JIMA 2010 aims to bring together newest inspection information, latest technology, material and instruments at one place to promote non-destructive inspections methods and measurements across manufacturing market. The show will assemble national and international manufacturers, producers and suppliers, to interact, develop new business relations and expand business possibilities across the region. The exhibitors will display their latest instruments and devices used for measurement, material evaluation, elastic modulus easurement etc. Japan Inspection Instruments Manufacturers' Show will address numerous issues related to non-destructive inspection and measurement as well as disclose latest research, latest trends and comprehensive knowledge for the growth and development of manufacturing industry.

Visitor Profile

The targeted visitors at Japan Inspection Instruments Manufacturers' Show - JIMA 2010 are:
  • Manufacturing companies of Automobile
  • Manufacturers of Electronics & Semiconductors
  • Food Manufacturers
  • Manufacturers of Heavy Industries
  • Civil Construction Engineers
  • Producers of Aerospace Instruments
  • Manufacturers of Ships and Vessels
  • Companies of Tools and Dies
  • Manufacturers of Metal & Non-Metal
  • Research Centers
  • Examination Facilities
  • Academic Institutions

Exhibitor Profile

The profile for exhibits at Japan Inspection Instruments Manufacturers' Show belongs to following categories:
  • Measurement/Sizing (Length, Thickness, width)
  • Material Evaluation (Discrimination, Electric Conductivity Extraneous Material
  • Hardness
  • Degree of Hardening
  • Poor Weld
  • Poor Adhesion
  • Elastic Modulus Easurement
  • Dent (Cracks, Lamination, Void, Hollow)
  • Contamination Detection
  • Inclusion Etection
  • Publication

Japan Inspection Instruments Manufacturers’ Association (JIMA)

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