Nov 18, 2014

Decorations-04 Some of the most common comments heard around the JMT booth at FABTECH 2014 were about the booth itself, especially our custom decorations. Using a JMT fiber laser and other equipment, we fabricated table tops inlaid with the arm from our logo and table and chair legs featuring a cut-out of the logo. The arm or full logo could also be found cut out in metal on the front of our kiosk (which lit up) or on the plates we put on the front of some of the machines.

The highlight of our artistic displays was our fiber laser sample motorcycle sculpture, which was composed of pieces of different materials that were cut out by one of our lasers. It was posed on the top of a slow-turning welding positioner along with several other samples of laser-cut material.

Even our shipping containers converted into custom-built office space inside and above on a mezzanine where our salesmen could meet one-on-one with interested customers.

Our booth was quite the sensation, both as an eye-pleasing demonstration and meeting place, as well as a practical demonstration of exactly what our machines can do.







Fabtech 2014 Setup Thurs 05





More Blogs About FABTECH 2014:

FABTECH 2014 Recap

FABTECH Reflections 2014

Some Assembly Required – Setting up Fabtech Booth 2014

Come Together! Setup of Fabtech Booth Continues

More Scenes from Fabtech Setup 2014

Focusing on the Fiber Laser as Fabtech Setup Progresses

And Miles to Go Before We Sleep… FABTECH 2014 Setup Nears Completion

JMT’s Matt Bollinger Takes 1st Place for 3rd Year at FABTECH Race

JMT at FABTECH 2014 (Day 1)

JMT at FABTECH 2014 (Day 2)

JMT at FABTECH 2014 (Day 3)

See Also:

JMT’s Reflections on FABTECH 2015

FABTECH 2013 Recap

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