Martin Gardner will oversee the tooling manufacturer’s business development in the United States as well as Mexico.
The two European acquisitions are expected to help the U.S. company meet 3D vision demands in the automotive, electronics and logistics industries.
The companies will share data, best practices and host joint seminars and training events.
AAEDM is a smaller OEM that makes machines for micro hole machining.
The live tool and tool block manufacturer’s U.S. subsidiary is Command Tooling Systems.
The program is intended to cut turnaround for certain probe assemblies.
The Digital Customer Dashboard is intended to streamline the customer service and parts-purchasing process.
The companies argue that additive manufacturing ought to occupy an increasingly familiar role in volume production environments.
Hillary Machinery LLC has been an exclusive distributor in the region since 2003.
The new Mazak Dallas Technical Center is scheduled to open February 2017.