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12th edition of Die & Mould India a grand success
Organized by TAGMA, the latest edition of Die & Mould India International Exhibition was a huge success. From the latest technologies and innovation to new launches, visitors witnessed it all at the four-day mega event. A report...

The 12th edition of Die & Mould India International Exhibition organised by Tool & Gauge Manufacturers Association of India (TAGMA) concluded on April 30, 2022. The four-day mega event, which began on April 27, 2022, not only had the latest technologies and innovations on display, it also became the launch pad for some companies to introduce their new products.


The much-awaited exhibition was inaugurated on April 27, 2022, at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon, Mumbai. It was inaugurated by

  • Chief Guest - Mr. Prabhakar Kadapa, Partner & Director at Mudita Strat-Aegis Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
  • Guests of Honour - Mr. Vidyadhar Limaye, Senior Director at IAC Group;
  • Guest of Honour - Mr. Raghava Badhya T. V., President & Director, Makino India Pvt. Ltd.;
  • Mr. D. M. Sheregar, President, TAGMA India;
  • Mr. D. Shanmugasundaram, Vice President, TAGMA India
Tooling industry’s growth prospects

The inaugural lamp lighting by the dignitaries marked the beginning of the 2022 edition of the Die & Mould India International Exhibition, which had more than 300 exhibitors covering an area of 19,200 sq m and 10+ countries. Each exhibitor presented the latest developments in the tooling industry. With significant growth forecasted and the emergence of many sectors in India, the Indian tooling industry is expected to see double-digit growth in the coming years.

Talking about the industry trends, Mr. Sheregar said, “As we can see many opportunities evolving, it is time for us to channel our resources and enhance our capacity and capabilities. We must work on skill development, stimulate the government for industry-friendly policies, and adopt futuristic technologies.”As many reports suggest, this decade is all about India’s growth story, said Mr. Shanmugasundaram. “We must gear up for the same. However, capacity addition is still the biggest challenge, and toolmakers should come forward to solve this issue. If we can enhance our capacity, we will definitely be able to reduce the imports,” he opined.

Mr. Limaye also believes that toolmakers need to focus on maximising capacity utilization. “I am familiar with the tooling industry and have witnessed its growth journey. India’s toolmakers have made significant contributions to the global manufacturing sector. However, our automobile industry is still heavily reliant on foreign toolmakers because of our toolmakers’ limited capacity. If we find a way to bring toolmakers together to maximise capacity utilization, the Indian tooling industry will be able to meet the fast-paced demands of various sectors and will be able to tap the growing opportunities,” stated Mr. Limaye.

Potential For A Bright Future
Mr.Prabhakar Kadapa

At the inauguration ceremony, Mr. Kadapa, in his keynote address, said, “The tooling industry has come a long way in the last 40 years. The sector has seen a lot of advancements and is now catering to demands from some global customers. The tooling industry’s evolution over the next 5 to 10 years will be mindboggling. While Indian tooling companies lack the specialization that the global market demands, the scenario is slowly changing. Indian toolmakers are adopting the latest technologies, like their global counterparts. I feel that the Indian tooling industry has major export potential.”

Mr.Raghava Badhya T.V.

Mr. Badhya then went on to highlight the potential of the tooling industry and share future insights. “Coming together is the beginning. TAGMA deserves appreciation for taking initiatives to help the Indian tooling industry. I believe the next five years will be ripe with possibilities. Indian toolmakers will find lots of opportunities in electronics, medical equipment, aerospace and defence, among others industries. We need to make India known for its quality. But for this, we need to focus on the global market, building strategic partnerships, and manpower development. No other country has a more educated population, a larger geographical area, and smart minds with talented hands than India. I am confident that this decade will be the most rewarding for India’s manufacturing sector, which will positively reflect on the tooling industry,” said Mr. Badhya.


Mr. Sheregar and Mr. Shanmugasundaram then presented the Chief Guest and the Guests of Honour with a shawl and memento as a token of appreciation. Mr. Shanmugasundaram thanked the dignitaries, exhibitors, and other professionals, who attended the event.


Mr. Shanmugasundaram said, “We are all aware that we come from the industry that forms the backbone of the manufacturing sector. The tooling industry is often referred to as the mother industry because without toolmakers no product development can take place in any industry be it automotive, aerospace & defence,packaging, electronics, toy making, or railways, among others.”

“Toolmakers, if you carefully observe, every industry is brimming with a plethora of opportunities. Undoubtedly, the pandemic is still posing challenges. But the overall future looks promising. After the success of ‘Make in India’, we are optimistic that the ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ campaign will help us grow further. Like I have already said, we have a lot of opportunities in front of us. All we need to do is introspect on our drawbacks and work on our areas for improvement,” advised Mr. Shanmugasundram.

Venue:International Lounge(above Hall 1)Bombay Exhibition Centre,Goregaon,Mumbai
Thermal Management of tooling inserts by using Metal Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) Technology and its advantage Günther Prunner- Regional Innovation Manager Voestalpine High Performance Metals International GmbH
Solutions for Forging Dies Sivamullainathan MMC Hardmetal India Pvt. Ltd. (MOLDINO)
The Power of Growth Mindset Atul Raje, Practice Head - Performance Enhancement Leap2Excel Consulting LLP
Industeel innovative solutions for Mould and Tool steels.... Less segregation, through hardness, better polishability, easier machinability, improve thermal conductivity, easy repairing.. Henry Pascal Industeel France
Profitable Solutions for Die & Mold Machining K Gowrishankar Lakshmi Machine Works Ltd.
Innovative Solutions for Profitable Mold Making Abhay Deshmukh & Sankarshan Choukekar Shilpin Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.
Leveraging financial awareness for increasing Tool Room profitability Sanjay Athalye, Practice Head - Risk Management Leap2Excel Consulting LLP
Reduce Cycle Time with Conformal Cooling Channels Priyesh Mehta Imaginarium
Highlights of Die Mould India 2022
  • Over 38,000 visitors from industries like automotive, aerospace, die & mould, machine tools, heavy engineering, plastics, packaging, consumer goods, toy making, and medical, among others.
  • Of the 38,000 visitors, 52% comprised of decision makers
  • Exhibitor count increased by 26% from the last edition and a 15% increment in floor space
  • Over 10 OEMs participated in the ‘B2B PAVILION’
  • Interesting technology sessions on the sidelines of the exhibition
B2B Pavilion

At the 12th edition of Die & Mould India, TAGMA introduced ‘B2B PAVILION’. Here, 10 companies from the user industry met around 25-30 exhibiting toolmakers collectively and shared their expectations with toolmakers. The absolute objective of the ‘B2B PAVILION’ was to help the Indian manufacturing industry grow at the much-needed rate by offering a platform for toolmakers and companies to meet and network..

According to TAGMA, ‘B2B PAVILION’ proved to be an enabler. It facilitated face-to-face communication between qualified toolmakers, OEMs, and Tier-1 firms. The ten OEMs and Tier-1 companies were looking for at least 30 toolmakers to do business with. With approximately 60 toolmakers at the display, TAGMA’s ‘B2B PAVILION’ was undoubtedly a success.

Appreciating TAGMA’s role, Mr. Shatyabrata Das, Sr. General Manager, IAC Group, said, “The ‘B2B PAVILION’ is an excellent initiative by TAGMA. I had engaging interactions with toolmakers. It was very informative.”

Mr. Dominic Savio, GM - Central Process, Legrand, said, “The ‘B2B PAVILION’ is an excellent tool to meet and select business partners for plastic industrialisation. It was fruitful.”

The procedure to meet OEMs and toolmakers was taken care of with ease. All the toolmakers were introduced to the OEMs and corporations, each with their own company profile. This gave the companies a better understanding of the competence and technology that every enlisted toolmaker possesses.

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Die and Mould India International Exhibition successfully held in Mumbai
The latest edition of Die & Mould India International Exhibition was a huge success. From latest technologies and innovation to new launches, visitors witnessed it all at the four-day mega event. A report…

The 11th Biennial Die & Mould India International Exhibition was inaugurated on April 11, 2018 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai. The four-day event organised by TAGMA India serves as a unique platform to showcase the latest products and solutions for the booming die & mould market.

The mega event was inaugurated by :-
  • Chief Guest - Jamshyd N Godrej, Chairman of the Board of Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing Company Limited, in the presence of
  • Guests of Honour - Raj K Purohit, Cabinet Minister, Maharashtra Legislative Assembly
  • Wu Bingshu, Chairman, FADMA and
  • N Reguraj, Founder President, TAGMA India.

Inaugural lamp lighting by the dignitaries marked the beginning of the much awaited die & mould show. It was followed by an inaugural speech by D K Sharma, President, TAGMA India.

“Lead by visionaries, we have come a long way from a small beginning in 1990. Today, TAGMA has 650 members,” Sharma said. “Die & Mould India International Exhibition is a platform for the die & mould companies to showcase the latest in technology and share ideas.”

He also stressed on the fact that the mindset is changing and the industry is adapting to new technologies, but there is room for development.

Good Wishes for DMI

Suresh P Prabhu, Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation of India, also addressed the gathering through a video message during the inauguration ceremony. “We are happy to see such an event related to die & mould being organised in Mumbai. TAGMA is doing a great job by encouraging the industry. Design is very important for manufacturing; it is a critical area and requires expertise. The industry has our support and we hope the new standards will help the industry and further provide a boost to the economy.”

“I have always propagated the idea of exhibitions. Exhibitions like DMI help people understand the kind of development that has happened in a particular industry,” said Godrej during the inauguration ceremony.

Jamshyd N Godrej
Chairman of the Board of Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing Company Limited

Die & mould industry has enormous opportunity to grow. With an increase in the number of domestic die & mould manufacturers, export is one such opportunity.

Wu Bingshu
Chairman, FADMA

The Asian manufacturing industry has grown exponentially over the years especially automotive and electronics. This has resulted in an increase in the consumption of die & mould. The industry should come together to collaborate and this exhibition makes for a great platform.

Raj K Purohit
Cabinet Minister, Maharashtra Legislative Assembly

Die & mould, also known as the mother industry serves as the backbone of manufacturing. The same way TAGMA has the power to mould the future of the Indian die & mould industry. Exhibition of this stature will help the industry grow.

N. Reguraj
Founder President, TAGMA India

‘Make in India’ has provided a boost to the domestic players. Looking at the growth and new opportunities in die & mould industry, I am sure this edition of Die & Mould India International Exhibition will capture the attention of the die & mould industry across Asia.


Die & Mould India International Exhibition that was first organised in 1998 has come a long way. Today it is known to be one of the most important events for businesses related to the Tooling Industry. The unique industry event showcases the developments, innovations and the latest technologies and solutions among others.

The exhibit range this year included additive manufacturing, CAD/CAM system related to dies and moulds, CNC Milling Machining Centre, coating, cutting tools, digitizing, dies & moulds, press tools, jigs, fixtures, gauges, heat treatment, hot runner system, machine tools and accessories for dies and moulds, measuring machines, quality assurance, mould base and standard parts of dies & moulds, toolings, moulding machines/ die casting machines, sheet metal presses and ancillaries, precision machining, rapid prototyping and tooling, surface treatment, texturizing, tool steel, all ancillary materials equipments accessories consumables, services and automation covering die and mould industry.

This edition of the exhibition saw more than 300 exhibitors from 19 countries presenting a large variety of products and services for die & mould and other related industries. With a 15% increase in exhibitors than the previous edition and 45% increase in this venue, DMI 2018 turned out to be another success.

Highlight of Die Mould India 2018
  • Total 31,256 visitors from industries like Automotive, Aerospace, Die Mould, Machine Tools, Heavy Engineering, Plastics, packaging, Consumer Goods, among others
  • About 48% decision makers visited the show
  • Exhibitor count increased by 20% from last edition and 30% increment is floor space
  • 5847 foreign visitors from 16 different countries
  • Delegation from PSUs and large OEMs
FADMA Delegation At DMI 2018

A special delegation from FADMA (Federation of Asian Die and Mould Associations) also visited the exhibition. FADMA, a regional grouping of die & mould manufacturers and precision engineering associations was founded with an aim to facilitate the growth on die & mould industry across nations.

At present, FADMA has 11 member associations from China, Chinese Taipei, India, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.

TAGMA CET Partner Meet

TAGMA also organised ‘TAGMA CET Partner Meet’ on the sidelines of DMI 2018. Around 40 like-minded industry experts came together to discuss the growth path and further strengthen the Indian tooling industry with the help of TAGMA CET.

TAGMA has been successfully organising trade shows, events, seminars and other activities keeping in mind the interests of the tooling industry.

“We aim to make a difference and act as a growth catalyst for the industry. Keeping this in mind we came up with TAGMA CET. It is an effort to provide the best in class service to the industry,” said Sharma, President, TAGMA India.

‘TAGMA Centre of Excellence & Training (TAGMA CET)’ is an effort to support the growth of the industry. TAGMA set up TCET, also known as Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) at Chakan in Pune with active support from the Government of India and the Indian tooling industry. The pilot project will provide state-of-the-art technical inputs to the tool room industry in Pune. The Centre will also act as a Common Facility Centre for providing innovative solutions in the tooling sector to the industry ecosystem in and around the area.


This centre will cater to the needs of MSME tool rooms in and around Pune for the supply of sheet metal dies, plastic moulds, die casting dies, jigs and fixtures as well as manufacturers of automotive components, electrical equipment, home appliances, consumer electronics, communication equipment and office equipment. These tool rooms will be able to use hitech manufacturing and try out facilities for the tools to be manufactured by them.

It is funded by the Department of Heavy Industry (DHI) and TAGMA under the scheme of ‘Enhancement of Competitiveness in the Indian Capital Goods Sector’. After the pilot project, TAGMA aims to extend the facilities to provide such training at various cities across India. The ground breaking ceremony of the project was done by Honourable Shri. Anant Geete, Union Minister for Heavy Industries on April 22, 2016.

Glimpse Of Die Mould India 2018
10th Die & Mould International Exhibition
April 6th-9th, 2016 : Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC), Bangalore
Photos of Die and Mould 2016
9th Die & Mould International Exhibition
From 17th To 20th April at BEC Goregaon East, Mumbai.
8th Biennial - Die & Mould India International Exhibition
At Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon Mumbai From April 19-22, 2012

An exhibition with global awareness & reputation as the largest trade fair in India for the Die & Mould industry

Exhibition was sponsored by "MAPLELEAFONLINECASINO.COM CANADA"

Photos of Die and Mould 2012
Die & Mould South International Exhibition
At Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai From April 7-10, 2011
Photos of Die and Mould 2011
7th Biennial - Die & Mould India International Exhibition
At Bombay Exhibiton Centre, Goregaon, Mumbai From March 18-21, 2010
Photos of Die and Mould 2010
6th Die & Mould India International Exhibition
At Bangalore International Exhibition Centre, Bangalore, Karnataka From February 15-18, 2008
Photos of Die and Mould 2010
5th Biennial - Die & Mould India International Exhibition
At Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai From March 3-6, 2006
Inauguration Of DMI 2006
Address Of Welcome Of Mr. S.C. Kalyanpur Chennai.

Distinguished Chief Guest Mr. Viji Santhanam, Colleagues on the Executive Council, Exhibitors from home and abroad, TAGMA Members, esteemed Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen.

I welcome you all with the utmost warmth and cordiality to this the 5th DIEMOULD INDIA INTERNATIONAL event which, to us, is the high season of technology & enterprise.

It is my privilege to specially meet, greet and welcome our Chief Guest Mr. Viji Santhanam whose name is almost synonymous with the growth of the TVS group into a global enterprise. As the Managing Director of Brakes India Ltd. he is known for his vision, enormous vitality, versatile activity and achievements.

This dynamic leadership and guidance has fused the various enterprises in the group into a commonwealth of technologies, education, finance, philanthropy, Trusts, Medicare and myriad other activities. In fact, their number is legion. United in mutual out-look and enterprise, they remain embodied in Mr. Viji Santhanam.

Ladies & gentlemen, welcoming such a one as Mr. Viji Santhanam is a unique privilege for me and on behalf of TAGMA and all who are here, I once again welcome him.

Also, I welcome you all with the same glow to this the 5th DIEMOULD INDIA INTERNATIONAL event.Ladies & Gentlemen, TAGMA was founded in 1990. The founders drew up a programme of work almost like the five year plan of the Nehruvian era.The first lustrum was for construction. The second for consolidation. And the third for conquest.

Now, at the end of the third lustrum, it is not without unjustified pride that I look ahead to march with time and people brought together by the great process of globalization which has also brought Mr. Viji Santhanam to us.

New discoveries and technologies are cascading and the time comes to take them by the forelock. It is here that I emphasize the collateral role of some of the government agencies which have to shed their mindset. For years, it had clogged the wheels of development and I trust that the Government will give it a new deal.

With the advent of our fourth lustrum we look to the forward integration that has to take place. Consumerism is peaking. We are talking in terms of volumes and explosive developments. The Tool Room industry is imbued with quality technology, quality time, quality power and quality production. Newer raw materials and alloys have catalyzed the metallurgical sector and the depth and area of their applications is widespread.

Since nothing happens by magic, the Tool Room industry has to get its act together and work to wards making India the future tooling destination. In the process, it must have sustainable advantage, inspire confidence in customers and prove its track record. The vision and mission of TAGMA have been clearly spelt out at many meetings across the country. It is also in the many publications distributed to the industry. They emphasise that no greater mission exists for TAGMA than to enhance the tool room industry in the shinning century before us.

  • The industry has the motivation.
  • It has the efficiency.
  • It has the technology.
  • It has the talent.
  • It has the capacity.

Thus, Industry growth and the factors of support have to go hand in hand. The fulfillment of yesterday comes today with the anticipation of a globally recognized tomorrow. It beckons us onward. I request you all to move on with TAGMA. It is an institution through which you will grow.

The industry is yet to formulate a central pattern for growth, list its requirements and, in short, prepare a charter of what needs to be done to achieve TAGMA's Vision 2010. I speak from my heart of great hopes and greater expectations and to usher the industry into this aura of global activity.

Ladies and gentlemen, TAGMA hopes to establish link by link the chain activity to cover the industry in the country.

I thank you all for your participation in today's event in such significant numbers.

Once again I welcome our Chief Guest and all of you.

Excerpts From Keynote Address Of Mr. Viji Santhanam - Md - Brakes India Ltd. Chennai
  • Aims to promote Growth of Tooling lndustry in India
  • Forum and catalyst for Technology Advancement in Tooling.
  • Market Size - > US$ 6billion Growth > 20% Annually (10-20%)
Tooling Covered

Die Casting & Forging Dies Moulds for Plastics and Press Tools; Guages; Jigs and Fixtures; SPM5 Tool Design; Prototyping; Tool Elements.

More than several 1000 Tool rooms, both Captive and commercial

Customers Span Whole Breath Of Engineering Industry
  • Automotive
  • Component
  • Appliances
  • Electrical Industry
  • Packaging
  • Teletronics
  • Consumer goods
  • Medical devices
Opportunity for Tremendous Growth
  • Indian Economy GDP 7 - 8% last 3 years.
  • Finance Minister targeting 12% in Manufacturing Customer Segments of tooling industry.
  • Inflation 4 - 5% last 3years inspite of Oil hike and commodity boom.
  • FII ($10 billion) & FDI ($37 billion) inflow Sensex 10000.
  • Boom in consumer finance and lower interest cost will help domestic demand to grow.
  • Industry segments which we wants customers of Tooling Industry - Growth > 20%.
  • Lesser Product Life Cycle, More Rapid new products, New Manufacturing Processes Localization - Greater impetus for growth of Tooling Industry. Growth will be a multiple of Engineering Industry growth.
  • Scope for growth in Exports - Outsourcing opportunity surging exports demand in your customer Industry Segmore - will manifest as domestic demand for you. Auto -Vehicles components, (Mckensy study on Auto components - Vision-2015).
  • As per TAGMA - nearly 35% of Tooling Imported my guess may be even higher.
  • lmport Tariffs coming down l5 to 12.5% yesterday. Will go down even more, 100% FDI allowed. Customers.
  • Will become more demanding on price, Delivery and Quality.
  • Delivery Time - fast response 3 weeks to 35 days can be a major competition edge.
  • To supply fully tried-out and proven tooling - enhance capability.
  • More through understanding of customer's requirements. On line connectivity, 20 to 30 design capability. Simulation software packages. Essential for speed and quality.
  • Cluster approach and share of resources - Taiwan example. More optimum utilization of Resources & Investments. TAGMA can playa vital role in this will help on Delivery, Quality and Cost.
  • Cost - many cases Taiwan, Still chepaer. Top grade Tool Rooms full-up and higher cost. Customer pressure and lower customers duty will hold to cost pressure.
  • Need for good die steels in India - Kalyani Carpenter. But still not enough. Lot still imported. Scope for TAGMA for play a role - Estimate needs.
  • Challenge of Technology - Better raw materials, High speed machining, Parametric Design, Standardised Tool elements (Close interaction with customers) 3D modelling and Simulations software, Rapid Prototyping.
Challenge of Skilled people
  • Tendency for people to migrate to high paying job and overseas will continue - challenge of retention.
  • Invaluable role of Institutes like NTTF, GTTC, CITD, CIPET, lndo-Danish & Indo German Tool Rooms.
  • Greater emphasis on Training - institutionalized set up to reduce vulnerability.
  • Hallenge of growth - To grab the opportunity - risk taking, investment cluster approach relevance. Growth potential many time higher than GDP on manufacturing.
  • Conclusion: India Inherent advantage In Tooling very high manpower content - arbitage on highly skilled and managerial manpower (Man power cost > 30-40% on price).
Press Coverage
Press Coverage Of Inauguration: Growth Opportunity Ahead For Tooling Industry. (Shortening Product-Cycles Call For New Designs)

The rapid growth of Industries like automobiles and auto components, domestic appliances, consumer electronics and consumer durables in the wake of rising economic growth and consumer tendency to wards spending would ensure expanding need for dies, tools and gauges. Setting up of production capacity in user industries in India by foreign companies looking for low costs and a large market would add to the demand base for tooling, he said. Also, the ever shortening lifecycle of products resulting from intense competition in user industries and consumer preference for new products would warrant the development of new tooling and designs, Mr. Santhanam said on Friday.The Indian tooling industry can look forward to years of fast growth and booming demand and at the same time intensified domestic and import competition, according to Viji Santhanam, Managing Director of Brakes India Ltd.

Inauguration DieMould India 2006, the four-day fifth Die and Mould International Exhibition, organised by the Tool and Gauge Manufacturers' Association (TAGMA) at the Chennai Trade Centre, Mr. Santhanam, said the tooling industry would, however, be forced to cut costs as a result of pressures on margins faced by their buyer-industries and competition in Ihe tooling sector both from within the country and imports.

The industry should benchmark its Taiwanese counterpart to develop capabilities for fast delivery and emphasise skill development among the workforce. Otherwise, user industries would be inclined to set up captive tool rooms, he warned.

Skills Base: Mr. Santhanam paid tributes to the role played by institutions and tool rooms the public and private sectors in developing the skill base of the industry. These include the Nettur Technical Training Foundation, Government Tool Room and Training Centre, Indo-Danish Tool Rooms, Indo-German Tool Rooms, CIPET (Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology) and Central Institute of Tool Design.

S.C.Kalyanpur, President of TAGMA, Presided over the inaugural session.

Photos of Die and Mould 2006
4th Biennial - Die & Mould India International Exhibition
At Bombay Exhibiton Centre, Goregaon, Mumbai From February 28 - March 2, 2004
Photos of Die and Mould 2004
3rd Biennial - Die & Mould India International Exhibition
At Bombay Exhibiton Centre, Goregaon, Mumbai From February 23-26, 2002
Photos of Die and Mould 2002
2nd Biennial - Die & Mould India International Exhibition
At Nehru Centre, Worli, Mumbai From January 26-28, 2000
Photos of Die and Mould 2000
1st Biennial - Die & Mould India International Exhibition
At Nehru Centre, Worli, Mumbai From March 11-14, 1998
Photos of Die and Mould 1998
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