Emuge to Host Cutting Tech Expo in November
The event will offer tours of Emuge’s newly expanded facility, introductions to the company’s tapping and milling tool technology, as well as live machining demonstrations.
Emuge Corp. will host a Cutting Tech Expo November 7, 2019, at its newly expanded manufacturing facility and tech center headquarters in West Boylston, Massachusetts. The event will offer tours of the new facility, introductions to the company’s tapping and milling tool technology, as well as live machining demonstrations.
“For manufacturers who are unable to attend EMO this year, our Cutting Tech Expo is an excellent opportunity to see firsthand the innovative, cutting-edge Emuge technologies that are being unveiled to the world,” says Bob Hellinger, president.
An introduction to Emuge's facility expansion and increased manufacturing capabilities will kick off the event, followed by a presentation of new products and technologies. Among the highlights will be Emuge’s new Taptor drilling and tapping tool as well as end mills designed for hybrid subtractive/additive manufacturing platforms. Attendees will also see live machining demonstrations, including a live Punch Tap application — a first for a North American Emuge event. Other demonstrations will focus on circle-segment machining and other five-axis milling applications on Hurco and Hermle machining centers.
To register, attendees are instructed to RSVP by October 21 by calling 508-595-3605 or by visiting emuge.com/signup/tech-expo.
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