Tsugami/Rem Sales to Host Tech Center Open House
The event will highlight Tsugami Swiss-type lathes and presentations by Esprit and Edge Technologies.
Tsugami/Rem Sales, the exclusive North American importer of Precision Tsugami machine tools, is planning to host the second annual Technology Center Open House December 5-6, 2017, at its sales office in Fullerton, California. The two-day event will consist of presentations by long-time industry partners Esprit (DP Technology Corp.) and Edge Technologies. Representatives from Esprit and Edge Technologies will present “Programming Tsugami Swiss” and “10 Things Everyone Should Know About Bar Feeding,” respectively.
Those interested in attending can register at remsales.com/openhouse.
“I am grateful to be part of a team that blends the demarcation lines between machine and bar feed and I very much look forward to sharing our insights on the dynamics of bar feeding as well as the impact that those dynamics have on the machining world,” says James Peterson, Regional Sales Manager, Edge Technologies.
All attendees will have the opportunity to meet with Rem Sales’ Swiss CNC engineers and local Tsugami specialists. All are encouraged to bring questions, ideas and drawings of parts for consultation sessions.
“Our annual Fullerton Open House is the perfect chance for anyone interested in learning more about the capabilities and power of Tsugami to stop in, look at the machines, and speak with our experts,” says Michael Mugno, Vice President, Rem Sales.
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