Fabtech preview

A bit of self-promotion here: If anyone is going to Fabtech in
Chicago, or if you just want to know about new fabricating stuff that
will be at the show (including a lot of new welding equipment), our
Fabtech preview issue just went live this morning and we already have
over 1500 people who have downloaded the PDF version. Here's the live,
reader version:
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If you want the PDF, there's a "save" button on the top menu bar.
Reply to
Ed Huntress
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WELL DONE!
Wish I could attend. Additive manufacturing seems to becoming more common.
Reply to
F. George McDuffee
Thanks, George. Yeah, it's a very good show, and I've been spoiled by 35 years of IMTS. Fabtech is not far behind.
I expect to see some new AM equipment. If anything is really interesting, I'll report on it in our December issue.
Reply to
Ed Huntress
Ed, talk to your web people. Flash is on the way out. Just put up web pages and/or PDF. What does flash do for you guys---a page flipping special effect? Phew...
Reply to
Przemek Klosowski
The whole reader is constructed to capture data for advertisers. The reader also allows links to external Web pages without leaving the reader; the Web pages linked to appear as a window within the reader page. They also give me more options for storing and loading videos.
When we send out our email blasts, we include links both to the reader and to a PDF. The PDF for September is around 40 MB.
For the September issue, so far we've had around 3,000 PDF downloads and close to 30,000 click-throughs to the reader. It will run well over 40,000 during the course of the month.
It's working pretty well. But thanks for your thoughts.
Reply to
Ed Huntress
You're getting the download results from nxtbook? If not, you're not counting me...
Reply to
Leon Fisk
Yes.
Reply to
Ed Huntress

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