4/6/2017

Conference, Workshop to Spotlight New Honing Technologies

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Gehring L.P. will host the event in Michigan May 10-11.

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Gehring L.P. has announced plans for its 2017 Honing Conference and Workshops event, to be held May 10-11, 2017, in Plymouth, Michigan. The conference and workshops will bring together experts from the industry to discuss and propose solutions to advanced manufacturing challenges in surface finish applications. Industry experts will spotlight new technologies in honing, coatings, coolants, 3D measurement and digital factory solutions.

Among the topics to be presented and workshopped will be advanced honing, surface enhancement with thermal spray coatings, 3D surface measurement of cylinder bore and liners, chemistry and functions of honing and coolant applications, form honing of cylinder bores, digital solutions from Gehring, and Mindsphere application in large-scale automotive production.

The company encourages process and manufacturing engineering personnel, plant managers, engineering managers, and R&D personnel to attend. Those interested in registering can email Kate McIntosh

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