OSG’s Popular Training Tour, Train the Nation, is back for 2015 and 2016

OSG’s popular training tour, Train the Nation, is back for 2015 and 2016. The training is an eight discipline course covering all aspects of machining 3D parts presented by the best in the industry.

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OSG’s popular training tour, Train the Nation, is back for 2015 and 2016. The training is an 8 discipline course covering all aspects of machining 3D parts presented by the best in the industry.

America’s top experts from OSG will introduce the latest techniques that highlight programming, machining applications and cutting tools. The expanded list of training topics includes:

  • Reliable 7-step process for high speed machining
  • New technology for deep cavity machining and high precision parts
  • High precision, high accuracy machining
  • 5-axis machining of a high-end taillight using the latest optics
  • A head to head comparison of three different rib machining techniques that each crush EDM cycle times
  • Machining to extreme depths with long reach tools on a die cast core
  • Machining 2D platework with the best cycle time for fit and finish

The first training will be taken place on April 7th in Cincinnati, OH. A total of 14 training seminars are scheduled in various locations throughout 2015 and 2016. Each training is FREE of charge and scheduled from 8am to 5pm with lunch included. Visit www.osgtool.com/osgtour to access event details and register.

OSG USA, INC. is located in Glendale Heights, IL and is a subsidiary of OSG Corporation. OSG Corporation was founded in 1938 and is a publicly held company headquartered in Toyokawa, Japan.

OSG is a leading manufacturer of taps, end mills, drills, and indexable cutting tools. OSG’s extensive line of high technology cutting tools features exclusive metallurgy, cutting geometries and proprietary surface treatments to help increase productivity, reliability and tool life. OSG also serves the fastener industry by offering a complete line of thread-rolling, flat, cylindrical, planetary and trim dies.

The company markets its products to numerous industries including automotive, aerospace, medical and die mold.