See the Latest Automation Innovations at ATX Minneapolis
Back for its third year, Automation Technology Expo (ATX) Minneapolis brings you the latest in automation and robotics, including automation software, robotic accessories, collaborative robot technology, and robotic arms. ATX is part of the Midwest's largest advanced design and manufacturing event, presenting a full spectrum of products and services supporting the region's booming medical sector — and beyond.
The industry's top names will be on the floor, including Automation Inc., Aven, and BRAAS. Don't miss your chance to source from the Midwest's largest collection of industry suppliers. Exhibitor Directory »
Bonus: More free education at the Engineering Theater! Boost your embedded systems knowledge during free presentations, demos, and expert-led panels – or score a cool prize at Tech Trivia. Engineering Theater »
Six Leading Shows. One Powerful Event.
Advanced design and manufacturing's leading trade shows — MD&M, ATX, PLASTEC, MinnPack, Design & Manufacturing, and ESC — come together for the Midwest's biggest industry event. One pass gives you access to a full spectrum of solutions spanning medtech, automation technology, plastics, packaging, design engineering, and embedded systems. Join 5,500 industry professionals and more than 600 top suppliers as you explore groundbreaking technologies and gain new insights.
"I found something new and advanced around every corner of the show. It is always interesting and I always get information on automation, resin, and machines. Thanks so much."
Ann Roettger, Supervisor, SMC
"It was amazing to see all of the different manufacturing possibilities currently on the market. The automation area had some very advanced machinery and everyone was very helpful with answering questions."
Charlie Gordon, Associate Engineer, Vascular Solutions
"A great opportunity to learn more about the industry and the great folks behind it."
Ryan Radtke, OEM Account Manager, Rockwell Automation
Wednesday, October 31
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, November 1
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.