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i4.0 Integration Ensures Machining Success

Haimer USA hosted its annual Open House at its North American headquarters in Villa Park, Illinois, to showcase new i4.0 technology-related products that ensure machining success.
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Haimer USA hosted its annual open house at its North American headquarters in Villa Park, Illinois, to showcase new i4.0 technology-related products that ensure machining success.

During the three-day open house event last week, guests learned about the latest Haimer technologies, including its Power Clamp i4.0 Shrink Fit Machines, Microset Tool Presetting Machines, new shrink and Duo-Lock collets and enhanced cutting tool products. Live demos were featured of all these products and the company also demonstrated i4.0 wireless connectivity between its Microset presetters and its Deckel Maho DMC 1035 V vertical CNC machining center. 

Each day, Haimer also presented guest speakers, including Steve Kline, Jr., chief data officer at Gardner Business Media, Tim Mooney, Midwest regional sales manager at Starrag USA Inc., Wayne Messmer, professional speaker, singer, broadcaster, author and actor, and Kathrin Haimer, who shared how Haimer is bridging the skills gap with its apprenticeship program. 

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