DMG MORI Presents Davis Technology Days
Attendees saw the U.S. premier of two five-axis machining centers. They also saw vertical machining centers and the company’s advanced machine tool factory.
Davis, California, is a satellite community of Sacramento, the state’s capital, and the location of the University of California’s Davis campus. Davis is also home to DMG MORI’s Digital Technology Laboratory and its North American manufacturing plant. During the company’s Technology Days event Nov. 13-16, customers and journalists had the opportunity to see the U.S. premier of two five-axis machining centers, a variety of vertical machining centers, and the company’s advanced machine tool factory.
One theme that connected all of these sights was an emphasis on “digital connectedness”—the ability to organize and manage production with current, detailed data, which is the essence of the Industry 4.0 concept.
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