5/5/2017

New Machining Technologies at Hyundai Wia Open House

Originally titled 'Light Shines on New Machining Technologies at Hyundai Wia Open House'
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Hyundai Wia hosted an open house at its Itasca, Illinois, showroom to introduce new offerings in the way of machining technologies, including products from partner companies like Rohm and Renishaw.

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Hyundai Wia hosted an open house at its Itasca, Illinois, showroom to introduce new offerings in the way of machining technologies, including products from partner companies like Rohm and Renishaw. 

While the Hyundai Wia Tech Center was not as grandiose as some I’ve seen, the company packed in a number of machine tool models to provide attendees with a broad-spectrum understanding of the versatility its products offer. I focused on the machine tools they had that are targeted to moldmaking, or that would benefit moldmakers in addition to high-production machine shops, so take a moment to explore the offerings in the slideshow above.


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