GF AgieCharmilles to Host Tektoberfest

GF AgieCharmilles, a partner of choice to the tool and moldmaking industries as well as manufacturers of precision components, invites members of the manufacturing world to its Charlotte, N.C. and Yorba Linda, Calif. offices next month to celebrate Tektoberfest.

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ication staff will also be available for personalized demonstrations and consultations of Wire EDM, Die-Sinking EDM and milling machines.


The Tektoberfest in Charlotte will take place on October 11 and 12, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., at the GF AgieCharmilles office, located at 9009-G Perimeter Woods Drive. The machines that will be available for demonstration are the Cut 20P, CUT 3000, FORM 20FD, FO 350, DRILL 20 and HSM 500.


SOUTH-TEC is also taking place in Charlotte during these two days, and GF AgieCharmilles will offer free shuttle service between its office and the Charlotte Convention Center for Tektoberfest guests.


The Tektoberfest in Yorba Linda will take place on October 25 and 26, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., at the GF AgieCharmilles office, located at 22667 Old Canal Road. The machines that will be available for demonstration are the CUT 20, CUT 200, PROGRESS VP2, FORM 30, DRILL 20, FO 350 SP and HSM 400U LP.


For more information about either Tektoberfest event, please contact a GF AgieCharmilles distributor, or visit the online registration page in the newsroom at us.gfac.com, under the trade shows tab.


About GF AgieCharmilles

GF AgieCharmilles is the North American leading supplier of laser ablation center, wire EDM, CNC and manual diesinking systems and high speed/high performance 3- and 5-axis milling machines. For more information on the company’s products and services, contact Gisbert Ledvon, GF AgieCharmilles, 560 Bond St., Lincolnshire, IL 60069-4224, Tel: 1-800-CTC-1EDM. Gisbert.Ledvon@us.gfac.com, Fax: 847-913-5340, or visit http://www.gfac.com/us.

 

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