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11/8/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Mitutoyo Becomes Sponsor of Titans of CNC

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The sponsorship means that Titan Gilroy will feature Mitutoyo’s metrology products in his online shows. 


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Titan Gilroy holding a Mitutoyo device

Mitutoyo America Corp. is pleased to announce a sponsorship agreement with Titans of CNC, a project-based education platform meant to help guide students and teachers on CNC machine operation and programming. The Titans CNC Academy provides over 3,000 free online courses in CAD, CAM and CNC machining techniques, and is now used by over 45,000 members in 170 different countries.

Mitutoyo metrology products will be featured in both the Titans of CNC Show airing on Titan TV and in Titan CNC Academy videos for demonstration purposes.

Here is an example of the latter:

“As a leader in the field of precision metrology, Mitutoyo America is excited to partner with Titans of CNC Academy. We look forward to supporting skill development in U.S. manufacturing by providing metrology experience and leading technology to the Titans of CNC team,” says Matt Dye, president of Mitutoyo America.

Titans of CNC will highlight Mitutoyo products through video tutorials in Mr. Gilroy’s personal manufacturing facility located in Rocklin, California. These videos, along with other content, will be featured on Titans of CNC social media platforms including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Titans of CNC was started by Titan Gilroy as a CNC machine shop focused on making aerospace parts. The company then became the focus of a reality TV show.

“We are excited to officially partner with Mitutoyo,” says Mr. Gilroy. “Our mutual focus on educating the next generation of manufacturing professionals will not only inspire, but will also give practical knowledge of inspection practices to all.”


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