Allied Machine & Engineering Offering Technical Education Seminar Program

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The training events focus on problem solving, with attendees invited to bring their own holemaking applications.


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Allied Machine & Engineering (Dover, Ohio), a manufacturer of holemaking and finishing tooling systems, offers a Technical Education Seminars (TES) program. These three-day TES sessions focus on problem solving with engineers from the company. Attendees are invited to bring their own application issues to the seminars, which will include informational classroom sessions, drilling demonstrations and hands-on workshopping. The program also includes a guided tour of Allied’s manufacturing facilities.

As part of the TES program, the company says that it provides hotel accommodations, meals, advanced technical training and an exclusive dinner and tour of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.

Those interested in registering for any remaining 2016 sessions as well as view the full 2017 program can visit alliedmachine.com.


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