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9/18/2017

Emuge, Open Mind to Offer Free Seminar on Five-Axis Machining

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The event will focus on the former’s trochoidal and circle-segment end mills and the latter’s CAM package.

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Emuge Corp. and Open Mind Technologies USA Inc. are teaming up to hold a complimentary technical seminar on advanced strategies for five-axis milling October 4, 2017, at Emuge’s North American corporate headquarters and tech center in West Boylston, Massachusetts. Manufacturing professionals can register for the event at openmind-tech.com/emuge.

Experts from the two companies will present strategies on how to reduce cycle times and improve part quality by leveraging the latest CAM software and end mills to maximize five-axis machining. During morning discussions and live machining demonstrations in the afternoon on a Hurco machining center, attendees will learn about productivity gains from coupling Emuge’s trochoidal and circle-segment end mills with Open Mind’s HyperMill Maxx Machining CAM package. A Q&A session and tour of Emuge's new tool reconditioning operation will conclude the event.

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