Make Measurement Matter is a specialist GTMA event highlighting technology transfer from the science of measurement into the most demanding of manufacturing environments. If your business embraces precision measurement or metrology this is the place to be on March 12th.

Here you can discover more about the tooling, precision machining and mould and die support that is available from British precision engineering companies, and you will also be able to see the very latest advances in metrology, measurement and inspection technologies.

Find innovative new solutions
Discover better performing alternatives to your existing metrology or precision measurement methods. Have a special requirement that needs a specific solution? Attend Make Measurement Matter to connect with some of the UK’s most experienced and creative experts in the industry. Click here to view the current list of exhibitors.

Live product demos
With many exhibitors launching brand new products at Make Measurement Matter you'll be amongst the first to discover them and see how they can enhance your projects. Experience 'hands-on' demonstrations in a range of GTMA core activities. This is the place to be to ‘see how it works’ where advanced metrology and precision measurement are concerned.

Learn from technical seminars
Gain fresh insights into how key manufacturers are overcoming current industry challenges, discover new techniques and technologies that will improve your processes and observe future industry trends. The programme will be launching soon, check here for any updates.

Time-efficient for you
Cover everything you need to in a morning or afternoon. The event is compact by design and opens early at 08:30am. So, you can get there, get in, get round, get the metrology and precision measurement solutions you need and get back to work with minimum time and fuss.

Everything is FREE!
The best things in life are... that’s why the event is free to attend with free parking right outside the hall, free Wi-Fi and free refreshments. What’s more? Arrive before 10.30am to guarantee a free bacon roll and brew on arrival too!

See British motoring heritage at first hand
All visitors will gain free entry into the acclaimed British Motor Museum, with almost 300 classic cars on display it provides an exhilarating close-up view of the cars that made this country.

Why exhibit?

Make Measurement Matter is UK manufacturing industry’s only focused, specialist event covering the many metrology and precision measurement options available from leading GTMA Members. Visitors are only there because they are personally active in manufacturing industry using a variety of processes which involve precision measurement and metrology. Here, unlike anywhere else, visitors will learn and achieve more in a few hours face-to-face than they ever will with alternative searching and sourcing. So if your business is a GTMA Member you can exhibit and meet manufacturing professionals from all industries who have made a journey to the event for one purpose: discovering new and better ways of measuring and calibrating both production machinery and end products. That is why you should exhibit. You won’t find a more concentrated pool of potential prospects like it anywhere else.

The unique ‘Roadshow’ style of Make Measurement Matter involves small, inexpensive, professionally erected stands. Every exhibitor is a GTMA Member and has the same sized stand with no exceptions. So all Members have equal opportunities, with no chance at all of any upward cost spiralling. All stands are shell schemes with fascias and name boards. For convenience, exhibitors can prepare their stands on the afternoon or evening before the event, or on the morning of the show itself. This is a sensibly-priced, low-effort opportunity that is 100% focused on metrology and precision measurement in manufacturing. The only visitors there will be OEMs sufficiently motivated to come and talk solely about how they might do things better. If you’re an expert in the field, then you should book a stand and show these visitors exactly what you can do.