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Jewelry Machinery & Technology to Be Back at Vicenzaoro September 2019

It will aim at those goldsmith workshops and jewelry stores/retailers that intend to offer their clientele a prime service.

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(PRESS RELEASE) VICENZA, ITALY – At Vicenzaoro September, the European Trade Show for international Gold and Jewelry, organized by IEG – Italian Exhibition Group and scheduled to take place in Vicenza from 7th to 11th September 2019, will see a repeat performance of T.Evolution, the technological and innovative soul of the show. Focused on the technologies and digital methodologies that are playing an increasingly more central role in jewelry creation processes, this year the show will be developed in an even more visible and enhanced manner.

“The offspring” of T.Gold, the world’s most highly awaited event for machinery, technology and innovation in the sector’s various industries and which is staged every year at Vicenzaoro January, T.Evolution will aim at those goldsmith workshops and jewelry stores/retailers that intend to offer their clientele a prime service (instruments for analysis, 3D printing and so on).

The exhibition area will be hosted in a purpose-built section inside the Vicenza Exhibition Centre (Hall 2.2), with exhibiting companies from the main Italian gold districts (Vicenza, Valenza, Arezzo, Naples).

There will be four goods sectors covering the entire production cycle: 3D printing, workshop tools, workbench equipment and, lastly, services and products for jewelry engineering.

And it will not just be an exhibition. T.Evolution will also include a full program of workshops and technical seminars with the most qualified experts, with CPV- Centro Produttività Veneto as the technical Partner and another two top partners, AFEMO, the Italian Association that groups together leading machinery and technology manufacturers for the jewelry sector, and Federpreziosi, the National Federation of Companies operating within the sector.

With T.Evolution, Vicenzaoro makes room for the most advanced innovations in the industry and meets exhibitors’ and traders’ extremely high demand for continuity throughout the year in terms of machinery and technologies: in predominantly industrial terms, with the event in January, and with focus on gold and jewelry workshops at the September edition.

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At T.Evolution September 2019 leading companies known for their dynamism and innovation will be exhibiting.

These include:

  • Sisma, globally renowned for designing and manufacturing specialized machinery for the automatic production of gold chain, hallmarking, welding, cutting, engraving and additive manufacturing.
  • High-tech solutions from 3D printing to software and materials for the jewelry sector and fashion accessories come from DWS, for example, the patent for 3D printing clusters for lost wax casting in high resolution to provide an innovative and totally digital work flow.
  • FOV BY Legor will be presenting a selection of products for modeling, micro-casting or wax casting, for the mechanical moulding of laminates or metal profiles using mainly manual equipment, for workbench procedures and manual or mechanical finishing.
  • Kalman Hafner Digital Solutions, a German company from the Pforzheim district, will be presenting its latest creation: Precision Legend 1.0, a 3D LCD printer with a special software purposefully designed for the jewelry industry.
  • OBE Italia, part of the German Group OBE Gmbh (a world leader in the production of precision components in the eyewear sector) which has extended its activity range to other sectors such as jewelry and watch-making.

For further information, refer to the website.

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