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6/1/2017

DMG MORI to Host Grand Opening of Houston Facility

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The event will offer machine demonstrations and seminars.

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DMG MORI will host a grand opening event at its new Houston, Texas, facility June 14-15, 2017. The 20,000-square-foot DMG MORI Houston Technology Center offers a spacious showroom, training and office areas, and close proximity to the company’s Spare Parts Center in Dallas, Texas.

The event is marketed as a chance for attendees to network with DMG MORI’s 27-person team in Houston—12 in service, seven in applications and eight in sales. The event will also present machine demonstrations, including a high-feed demo of the CMX 1100 V vertical machining center. Other machines to be demonstrated include the DMU 50 five-axis universal milling machine and the CTX Gamma 3000 TC performing gear cutting. There will also be seminars and technology presentations.

Attendees should register at us.dmgmori.com/events

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