On-Press Demonstrations Add to Innovative Learning Environment
Crystal Lake, Illinois – In an educational venue unlike any other, the 2017 IADD·FSEA Odyssey will once again simulate a working production facility in its TechshopTM. Coming to the Chicagoland area May 17-19, the Techshop will provide a forum to highlight running machinery, solve production challenges and answer attendee questions during programming held in an innovative learning arena at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center in Schaumburg, IL, USA.
The Odyssey's one-of-a-kind Techshop environment simulates a working production shop floor where technical sessions are taught on-press throughout the three-day event. Attendees discover practical solutions to everyday challenges from press operators who are experts in their field. Equipment demonstrations are shown on large screens, and attendees wear special headsets to ensure they hear every word from the presenters over the noise of the machinery.
The 2017 IADD·FSEA Odyssey will feature more running machinery specific to the fields of diecutting/diemaking, foil stamping and folding/gluing than any other North American tradeshow this year. Techshop programming will be performed on machinery from companies including Preco, Inc.; Brandtjen & Kluge; American International Machinery and Adams Technology.
In the Techshop, equipment from leading suppliers will include foil stamping and diecutting presses; high-speed folder-gluers; auto benders; UV coating machinery; flat and rotary laser cutting systems; samplemakers; stripping pin insertion machines; routing systems; rotary converting platforms; mounting systems and more.
A full list of equipment and Techshop programming is available online at www.OdysseyExpo.org.