MACOMB, Mich., May 1, 2022 – Baker Industries, a Lincoln Electric Company, will join hundreds of other exhibitors at the AIA Conference on Architecture (A’22) from June 23 – 24 at McCormick Place in Chicago.
The AIA Conference on Architecture is America’s premier conference and exhibition for professionals in architecture, engineering, construction, design and beyond. It attracts an impressive 20,000+ industry professionals from all over the country and globe.
“We’re excited to exhibit at our first AIA Conference and even more excited to show off the next giant leaps in architectural manufacturing and how architects, engineers and designers have been applying them to their work,” says Sean Schaefer, marketing manager at Baker Industries. “With such novel and capable technologies now at its fingertips, this industry has been one of the most creative and exciting to work with, so we look forward to the discussions we’ll have at the event.”
The company will be featuring its large-scale additive manufacturing (3D printing) and advanced fabrication technologies, some of which are proprietary and have seen significant interest in the industry over the past year for everything from historic restoration to public art. These processes and machines offer architects and designers tremendous opportunities to reduce costs and lead times, expand design freedom and improve the performance and sustainability of their final product.
Attendees will be able to meet face-to-face with team members, see and feel demo products and materials and discuss potential applications at the Baker Industries booth (#3021).
About Baker Industries, a Lincoln Electric Company
Baker Industries, a Lincoln Electric Company, is an industry-leading supplier to OEM and Tier 1 manufacturers in the world’s most demanding industries. With five state-of-the-art facilities, a robust collection of equipment, and a workforce of hundreds in Macomb, Michigan, Baker is one of the industry’s most diversified and capable suppliers of tooling, prototyping, CNC machining, fabrication, additive manufacturing, and more. For more information, visit www.bakerindustriesinc.com.