Seco Announces Seminar on Difficult-to-Machine Materials

Seco has announced that it will be holding a seminar on working with difficult-to-machine materials onMonday, August 8 from 9:00 am – 3:30 pm.

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Covering materials such as Inconels, Hastalloys, composites and compacted graphite irons, this premier technicaltraining session will be hosted at DMG Mori Seiki’s U.S.A. Headquarters & Chicago Technical Center at 2400 Huntington Boulevard in Hoffman Estates, IL.

“Materials technology is in a state of constant change, and manufacturers must constantly adapt to retain their competitive edge,” says Don Graham, Seco Education & Technical Services Manager. “This seminar will cover recent developments and demonstrate how tooling and machine technologies can be successfully used to tackle some of the most difficult materials in the industry.”

The day’s agenda will include four distinct sessions, including a current overview of difficult-to-machine materials, failure analysis, the latest tools and techniques and applying machine tools to advanced materials. Lunch and snacks will be provided onsite. Manufacturers who wish to attend may register at www.secotools.com/us.