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Mazak Expands in Northern Texas

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The new Mazak Dallas Technical Center is scheduled to open February 2017.


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Mazak has announced it will open a second facility in Texas. Joining the company’s existing Southwest Technology Center in Houston, the new Mazak Dallas Technical Center will serve the Northern Texas region.

To celebrate the expansion, Mazak will host an Open House event February 1, 2017, at the new technical center located in Southlake, Texas. The event will feature several machine demonstrations, special guest speakers and tours.

“The new Dallas Technical Center gives Mazak a commanding Texas presence in terms of manufacturing technology and customer support,” says Dan Janka, president. “Northern Texas manufacturers in the defense, aerospace, medical, automotive, energy and construction industries will especially benefit from even more readily accessible technical, engineering and applications expertise.”

The approximately 8,000-square-foot Dallas-area facility will provide additional space for customer programming classes, machine demonstrations, test cuts and machining system runoffs, as well as regularly scheduled Mazak Discover events. 


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