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Metal Stamping and Tool & Die Conference

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Tuesday, January 29, 2019 - Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Nashville, TN

Save the date for the 2020 conference, January 28-29 in Nashville!

The Metal Stamping and Tool & Die Conference, presented by PMA in association with MetalForming magazine, will feature keynote presentations, educational breakout sessions for stamping and tool and die, exhibits and a networking reception for more than 200 attendees and sponsors. 
Track sessions will feature new, emerging, evolving and maturing technologies and industry trends that are impactful to metal stamping, die design and die construction companies.

“What a great event! There is a wide range of information, speakers and exhibitors, who share relevant information. This is a very open forum with people willing to talk and share information.”
Bob A.

“This conference was well put together and provided a lot of information for attendees to take back to their own place of employment. “
Bryan D.

“This conference was worth attending, I learned about some new technologies and made a few good connections.”
Patrick S.

“I really enjoy these conferences. They are very beneficial for our company.”
Billy H.

“Always a very informational event! It allows so many of us to stay up-to-date on the latest stamping trends and tooling components in the industry, I highly recommend it.”
Jayson M.

“Very educational and an excellent networking opportunity – a must see!”
Johnny H.

“I am new to the business and I found this conference very informative.”
Scott F.

“Tool & die is often one of the most misunderstood and underserved segments of the industry. Few outside of this field can relate to the unique pressures and problems it can produce. It was great to be surrounded by peers searching for similar solutions to industry issues.”
John H.

“It was a great experience and I look forward to attending more activities in the future.”
Cavaris C.

“Good experience and would recommend it to others. Will attend it again in the future.”
Daniel B.