Welcome to Metalloobrabotka 2024

22 April 2024

Metalloobrabotka, the regular international exhibition, will take place in the Krasnaya Presnya Expocentre, Moscow, on 20–24 May, and Pumori Corporation will once again present its engineering competencies, metalworking machines, cutting and clamping tools there.

Last year’s Metalloobrabotka was quite a success with Pumori. We showed a great number of new brands, were able to attract plenty of visitors, most of them being our intended audience. The results of the participation spoke of a rise in all indicators of the Corporation’s performance in the exhibition.

A prominent place in this year’s corporate stand will be held by tools and machinery made in Pumori. Thus, some new PUMORI clamping tools will be demonstrated: BF450 fine boring head; long vibration-proof shank; modified and improved Pyramid external measuring device version 2.0; updated boring system kits.

We will exhibit an LT‑200 series lathe (made in partnership with Ace Micromatic Group from India): the most popular machinery for components in a wide range of sizes and materials. For the first time, visitors of the Moscow exhibition will be able to see the Genos TF-12/500 CNC turning-and-milling centre made by Pumori and performing turning, milling, threading, drilling, and boring, and can be used in all mechanical engineering segments.

Another solution developed by Pumori is integration of a robot and a machining centre.

Besides, the corporation will exhibit modern high-tech metalworking equipment of leading manufacturers from India, Turkey, and the PR China; work preparation equipment; cutting tools; Russian automation and digitalization solutions (e. g., use of the production digital twin based on the Dispatcher Russian software package).

We will be looking forward to seeing you in Metalloobrabotka 2024, at the stand of Pumori Corporation: pavilion 3, stand 3D50.

Address: Krasnopresnenskaya Naberezhnaya, 14, Expocentre, Moscow, 123100, Russia.

Visiting hours:   

20–23 May from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
24 May from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.