8/1/2017

Emuge to Host Joint Open House with Blaser Swisslube, Butler Bros.

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The event will feature Emuge’s new Technology Center, machining demonstrations and seminars.

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Emuge Corp. is hosting an informative, complimentary Joint Open House Event together with Blaser Swisslube and Butler Bros. September 14, 2017. The event will take place at Emuge’s North America corporate headquarters and new Technology Center in West Boylston, Massachusetts.

Machining demonstrations will showcase new tools and the latest Emuge cutting tool technologies including circle segment five-axis milling, trochoidal milling, drilling, thread milling, tapping and more. The demonstrations will take place in Emuges full-service Technology Center equipped with three- and five-axis VMCs, precision measuring devices and tool monitoring in addition to an interactive classroom for training and seminars.

Seminars will feature a Liquid Tool Analyzer from Blaser Swisslube designed to increase productivity and decrease manufacturing costs. Industrial distributor Butler Bros., a supplier of machines, cutting tools and MRO products will also showcase its Partnership Program designed to help streamline facilities’ purchasing.

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