DMG MORI to Present Digital Event

On October 9, DMG MORI will present the U.S. portion of its digital event, which will cover automation, digitization, and product and service solutions, among other topics. 


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DMG MORI Digital Event Virtual Showroom

On October 9, DMG MORI will present the USA portion of its DMG MORI Digital Event. Attendees can sign up for free at the DMG MORI Digital Event website.

From October 6 to 9, DMG MORI will enter the digital stage by presenting more than 20 live shows around the globe in four languages. With the premiere of the DMG MORI Digital Event, the machine tool manufacturer will offers visitors an interactive platform to experience the company’s latest developments live and virtually.

The presentations for the U.S. are scheduled for October 9. Focus topics include customized automation solutions, digitization, cutting and additive machining processes for medical technology, and product and service solutions, including the introduction of DMG MORI Capital and customer-oriented financing options. DMG MORI USA will present NETservice and the launch of myDMGMORI as digital service solutions for customers. Visitors can look forward to a virtual showroom with 17 high-tech machines and automation solutions which can be examined in detail, most notably the world premiere DMF 200|8 and Robo2Go Milling in the automation sector.

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