Gosiger to Host Gosigerfest 2019

Product, automation and application specialists will be on hand to demonstrate more than 25 machines and discuss specific manufacturing challenges. 

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Gosigerfest 2019 will be held September 25-26 in Dayton, Ohio. The biennial event invites manufacturing professionals to experience the latest technologies and trends from more than 60 companies including Okuma, Hardinge, Nomura Swiss and Gosiger Automation.

This year’s technical seminar topics will include:

  • Smart factory essentials (Caron Engineering)
  • Future manufacturing trends (Autodesk) 
  • Optimizing throughput with CAM software (DP Technologies/Esprit)
  • The future of digital manufacturing (Sandvik)
  • Increasing HMC productivity with five-axis machining (Koma Precision)
  • Programmable parts washing (Gosiger High Volume)
  • Purge filtration (MP Systems)
  • Improving productivity and processing (Velocity)

Product, automation and application specialists will be on hand to demonstrate more than 25 machines and discuss specific manufacturing challenges. In addition, 60 suppliers will exhibit their latest products for improving CNC machining performance.

German food and drinks will be served throughout each day, providing opportunities to share ideas and network with colleagues.

 

 

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