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EASA 2023 in Photos

The 90th anniversary of the show in D.C. was a huge success


EASA 2023 is in the books, and it was "one for the books", as well. The historic and premier trade show for the electromechanical industry celebrated its 90th anniversary this year in National Harbor, Md., outside Washington, D.C., to great effect.

This year's expo demonstrated a tangible energy, great attendance, and a willingness to adapt and change to new technologies. Here are some photos from the three days at the Gaylord Convention Center. Enjoy!



Techtop's booth featured a rotating history of its classic tees (in the background) as well as a demonstration of shaft current mitigation featuring a hovering basketball.



A view of the Gaylord Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Md., from the banks of the Potomac River.



"The Capital Wheel" at National Harbor.


The Potomac River, with the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge towards Alexandria, Va., in the background, as seen from the Gaylord Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Md.


Forget those fancy craft brews. WEG's booth ran it back with what we'll call "Stator Light" again this year.



The Bartlett Bearing booth.




Traffic at the Electric Materials booth.



Plinko and mini golf were a huge hit at the Essex Brownell booth.



From left: Jan Schmidlkofer, K&N Electric; Rebecca Keogh, Stewart's Electric Motor Works; Kevin Krupp, York Repair; and Ryan Senter, Hibbs ElectroMechanical at this year's Peer to Peer: Open Management Forum session.









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