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Takumi USA Opens Showroom ahead of Brand Launch

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Takumi will use its new showroom to introduce its brand to the North American market.

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Takumi unveiled its new technology center and showroom to distributor partners to kick off the introduction of Takumi USA (Indianapolis, Indiana) to the North American market. According to Joe Braun, vice president of marketing and product management, the company felt it needed to open a local service and support center in Indianapolis, in addition to a showroom, in order for it to be successful.

The Takumi CNC machines are equipped with FANUC controls with three machine categories: the double column H-series machines are high-speed, high-performance machines designed for the mold market and aerospace industry; the VC series includes high-precision CNC machining centers with fast rapids; and the V series comprises heavy-duty box way CNC machines.

The official launch of Takumi USA will be at the 2016 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) in Chicago, Illinois.

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