Haimer USA partners with Titans of CNC organization
The collaboration will focus on developing and delivering global, high-level manufacturing education to make machinists more efficient and productive.
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Haimer USA (Villa Park, Illinois) recently announced a new partnership with Titans of CNC, an organization that focuses on developing and delivering high-level manufacturing education via its Academy and Aerospace Academy to students, educators and the manufacturing workforce in more than 170 countries worldwide. Offering free, online, video-based, step-by-step training systems, says Titan Gilroy, CEO and founder, Titans of CNC has reshaped the way manufacturing education is approached and delivered.
As part of this collaboration, Gilroy has implemented Haimer’s technology into the academies in order to teach his students about how Haimer products provide consistent solutions for machinists to increase their productivity.
“We are excited to be working with Titan [Gilroy] and his team,” Haimer USA president Brendt Holden states. “Through the Titans of CNC: Academy, together we will be able to educate operators on why our system solution of balancing, presetting, shrinking and measuring are so important to implement in machine shops.”
Currently, Haimer USA’s shrinking, balancing and presetting equipment technologies, along with a state-of-the-art Tool Management cabinetry system are in place and on display in the Titans of CNC shop. According to Gilroy, new and exciting educational videos are soon to be produced in order to show this equipment in action in practical uses for any size shop.
Further, Haimer says it is supporting the training for the machinists of tomorrow via its apprenticeship program and its own Haimer Academy comprising of a series of webinars and workshops. Recently, Haimer says it welcomed 15 new apprentices to bring the total to 50 apprentices currently working and learning at the Haimer headquarters located in Igenhausen, Germany. “Education has always been a core passion at Haimer. We agree that it is important to invest in educating the future of our trade,” explains Brendt. “It is a pleasure to expand upon that passion with Titan and his Academy.”
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