Early in October, rotary transfer machine builder, Hydromat, hosted an annual open house at its St. Louis headquarters.
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Visitors to Hydromat's Oktoberfest were given tours of the St. Louis headquarters.
In keeping with the Oktoberfest theme, guests were treated to authentic German fare in the company’s lunchroom.
Throughout the shop floor, knowledgeable technicians were on hand to explain the applications being run off and answer questions.
Dotting the shop floor were displays of some of the work that Hydromat machines can perform as well as some components that go into the machines.
There were also metalcutting demonstrations of the machines. Learning by seeing is one very good reason people take the time to visit this facility.
Toward the end of a long day, Hydromat president, Bruno Schmitter (left) hosted a beer garden tent for the attendees. It was a nice culmination to a good day.
Early in October, rotary transfer machine builder, Hydromat, hosted an annual open house at its St. Louis headquarters. This year’s theme was Oktoberfest and the response from customers and distributors was quite strong. Here are some of the goings on at the event.